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Noun
Plural for a sudden and brief burst of bright flame or light
“His big eyes glinted with a sudden flare of light, and Teera turned to see the camp going up in flames.”
Noun
Plural for the quality or state of being bright or radiant
“They leave the helicopter and notice a flare in the distance.”
Noun
Plural for a source of brightly burning light
“Lieutenant Foster shot a flare into the night air. The flare exploded in a white light that illuminated the sky and ground.”
Noun
Plural for a sudden burst of intense emotion
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“She felt a flare of anger at his insolence, but did not respond.”
Noun
Plural for a gradual widening in shape, especially towards the hem of a garment
“It is loosely cut through the leg, with a slight flare to add shape.”
Noun
Plural for a portable means of illumination that is ignited with flame or fire
Noun
Plural for internationally recognized signal requesting help
Noun
Plural for anything that progresses with spectacular speed
Noun
Plural for football pass toward opponent's goal
Noun
Plural for intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval
Noun
Plural for a corner, especially an external projection or an internal recess of a part of a building or other structure
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Plural for a destructive burning of something
Verb
To shine with a sudden intensity
“I saw the stars flare against the velvety darkness.”
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To burn with a sudden intensity
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“Occasionally, these fires would flare into intense blazes like those that make dramatic television footage today.”
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To spread outwards from a narrow to a wider shape
“Wide bell sleeves that flare at the ends look dressy and vintage.”
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(flare up) To have a fit of anger
“She believed her mother would flare up at the thought of forgiving those who had tormented her for almost two years.”
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(flare up) To recur or come back again
“Stella said the illness would flare up and then subside but never completely disappear.”
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To give off light, including in the invisible electromagnetic radiation frequencies, or become luminescent
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Burns off
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To become excitedly upset or angry
Verb
To say something quickly and irritably
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