Part of speech:
A brightness; vivid display; flash
A brief wavering blaze of light.
(Figuratively) A small amount of something, such as an idea, that has the potential to become something greater, just as a spark can start a fire.
A flicker is defined as a tiny movement of light, or an expression of emotion that comes and goes quickly.
A girl who is someone's friend
(Slang) Strong sexual attraction or desire. Used with the.
A device, such as a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, used to produce such illumination.
A too bright or dazzling display
A light produced by a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
The definition of a gleam is a brief flash of light or a weak light that lasts for awhile.
A male companion or friend with whom one has a sexual or romantic relationship.
To undergo or cause to undergo oxidation.
A rapid, persistent chemical change that releases heat and light and is accompanied by flame, especially the exothermic oxidation of a combustible substance:
A person who greatly enjoys something or has great affection for something
To make or produce by the application of fire or burning heat.
Flashing or sudden, like lightning
Giving off sparks when struck with steel
(Med.) Of, caused by, or characterized by inflammation
Playing lightly and gracefully over a subject
Tending to violence; explosive:
A large ornamental candlestick.
A deceptive hope, goal, or influence; delusion
A feeling of devotion or adoration toward God or a god.
(Slang) A very agreeable person or an excellent thing
To move one's weight backwards or forwards onto the tips or tails of one's skis or snowboard so only the tip or tail is in contact with the snow.
To build or fuel (a fire).
Thick smoke resulting from a slow fire.
A person or thing hated
The definition of a conflagration is a massive destructive fire.
To cause to burn; ignite.
- Glare implies a steady, unpleasantly bright light the glare of a bare light bulb
- Glow suggests a steady, warm, subdued light without flame or blaze the glow of burning embers
- Flare implies a sudden, bright, unsteady light shooting up into darkness the flare of a torch
- Flicker suggests an unsteady, fluttering flame, esp. one that is dying out the last flicker of his oil lamp
- Blaze suggests a hot, intensely bright, relatively large and steady fire a roaring blaze in the hearth
- Flame generally refers to a single, shimmering, tonguelike emanation of burning gas the flame of a candle
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