burn with a bright; unsteady flame
(of a skirt, the sides of a ship, etc.) to spread gradually outwards; become wider at the bottom
bright and unsteady or brief light or flame
flaring light used esp. as a signal
a sudden outburst, especially of a negative emotion
"the skirt had a wide flare"
"a colitis flare"
"infection can cause a lupus flare"
"she felt a flare of delight"
"she could not control her flare of rage"
"he threw a flare to the fullback who was tackled for a loss"
"Every star seemed to flare with new intensity"
"The bellbottom pants flare out"
"The night sky flared with the massive bombardment"
"Unrest erupted in the country"
"Tempers flared at the meeting"
"The crowd irrupted into a burst of patriotism"
Many of them carried torches, and in the flare I could see their faces.
A flaming torch, if flared round in a circle..appears as a ring of fire.
A gust of wind made the torches flare out.
一阵风吹得火把闪闪发光。 flare out
The long feathered tail flared out behind it.
“And don't speak to me like that!”she flared out.
The fire flared up as the paper caught on.
The campfire flared up in the sudden wind.
突然刮起一阵风,营火呼呼地烧旺起来。 flare up
His anger flared up when his motives were questioned.
She flared up at the least thing.
她为了小事突然发怒。 flare up
Trouble may flare up in the big city.
Ground fighting flared up again after a two-week lull.
Street-fighting has flared up again in the big cities.
The conflict flared up into a civil war.
The infection in his wounds flared up.
“And don't speak to me like that!”she flared up.