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Adjective
Burning fiercely and emitting flames
“The stage was quickly transformed into a flaming inferno.”
Adjective
Very bright or vivid, especially of colors
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“We saw a great variety of birds of flaming colors, and others with brilliant, variegated plumages.”
Adjective
Of a bright orange or red color
“At the same time, Rufus notes that the typical female flirt is always presented with flaming red hair and green eyes as part of her charm.”
Adjective
Used for emphasis to express annoyance or anger
“Even the much-lauded Henrik Larsson looks more keen on setting up than sticking the damned ball in the flaming net.”
Adjective
Characterized by great anger or fury
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“Boadicea unleashed her flaming wrath on those who had scorned her.”
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Very great in passion or intensity
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“All the major protagonists have volatile relationships with one another, thus their encounters crackle with heated discussions and flaming arguments.”
Adjective
Hot or high in temperature
Adjective
Unpleasantly bright in color, creating a harsh or unnatural effect
Adjective
Contemptible (used as a term of abuse or for emphasis)
Adjective
Eating up
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Having a reddish skin tone, suggestive of good health of negative emotions
Adjective
Shining unsteadily
Adjective
Conspicuously or obviously bad, wrong or offensive
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Adverb
Extremely, typically used as an intensifier
“He's a flaming good bloke who runs a flaming good pub with a flaming good dance band.”
Noun
The act or process of burning
Noun
A shade resembling such a reddish color
Noun
An extensive fire which destroys a great deal of land or property
Verb
Present participle for to burn or set fire to (something)
“Warm the whiskey slightly, pour it over the lobster, and then flame it.”
Verb
Present participle for to catch fire, or to be on fire
“The old man then smothered the smoke with hay and blew gently at it until a fire began to flame.”
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Present participle for to shimmer or sparkle like a flame
“Come here at sunset, when the colors flame in red and orange, bold and beautiful.”
Verb
Present participle for to shine with a (bright or harsh) light
“The sea lay flat, with a fine mesh of wrinkles on its surface, and the sun flamed down upon it from a sky without a cloud.”
Verb
(of complexion) Present participle for to blush or go red
“Her face would flame red with embarrassment every time the hem fell out of her skirts.”
Verb
Present participle for to suddenly (and violently) develop or happen
“Latent patriotism would flame throughout the length and breadth of the land.”
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Present participle for to criticize or express strong disapproval of
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Present participle for to utter offensive words in anger or annoyance
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Present participle for cook on a bbq
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Present participle for show shyness, embarrassment, or shame by becoming red in the face
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