NounConflagration (plural Conflagrations)
- A large fire extending to many objects, or over a large space; a general burning.
- (figuratively) large-scale military conflict (between nations, or schools of thought, etc.)
Adjectives for Conflagration
frequent; devastating; disastrous; brilliant; nation-wide; mounting; enormous; widespread; delightful; amorous; raging; perpetual.
Verbs for Conflagration
battle—; beat down—; contend with—; fight—; fan—; kindle—; prevent—; quell —; smother—; —blazes; —bursts out; —consumes; —deforests; —denudes; —dies; —envelops; —extends to; —menaces; —rages; —razes; —roars; —spreads; —threatens.
blaze, bonfire, burning ghat, campfire, cheerful fire, combustion, corposant, cozy fire, crackling fire, crematory, death fire, fen fire, fire, flame, flashing point, flicker, flickering flame, forest fire, fox fire, funeral pyre, holocaust, ignis fatuus, ignition, inferno, ingle, lambent flame, marshfire, open fire, prairie fire, pyre, raging fire, sea of flames, sheet of fire, signal beacon, smudge fire, three-alarm fire, two-alarm fire, watch fire, wildfire, witch fire
From Latin cōnflagrātiō (“burning, conflagration”).