Amazon’s Kindle is an e-reader that allows you to carry many more books than you’re ever going to read on a small computer-like device that, in some people’s opinion, makes you look a bit pretentious in coffeeshops.
But what does kindle really mean?
To kindle is to set or ignite (as in a fire), or to metaphorically start a flame, such as by arousing interest or passion.
You can kindle a fire for your campsite, and you can kindle a love of reading in your toddler, although probably not with a Kindle, since electronic reading devices don’t work with pop-up books.
Choose your own answer to this GRE Antonyms problem before clicking “more”: