Part of speech:
A smooth, bright, glassy surface, as of ice
a burst of light used to communicate or illuminate
A device, such as a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, used to produce such illumination.
A signaling device that emits a repeating sound; a pinger.
Blaze means to burn or shine.
To be bright or luminescent
To make or produce by the application of fire or burning heat.
(Idiomatic) To place items further apart.
To dislocate, as a shoulder bone.
The burning gas or vapor of a fire, seen as a flickering light of various colors; blaze
To extend beyond or above the normal or surrounding level
To ascend or ride in a balloon.
To make or become broad or broader.
To dazzle is defined as to impress or surprise someone with brightness or exceptional qualities, or something brilliantly exciting.
To dilate is defined as to expand and become wider.
To cause to burst forth; throw forth; eject
To open (something) up or out; spread out:
(Usage Problem) To ignore or disregard (a rule, for example) openly or scornfully.
To cover or sprinkle with flecks; speckle
The definition of flicker is to burn or shine in an unsteady way, or to flare up and die down, appear briefly or flutter rapidly.
To flutter is defined as to quickly flap wings, vibrate or tremble.
To start to burn; be ignited or kindled:
(Intransitive) To go successfully through (an examination, trail, test, etc).
To cause an effect in a cell by the activation of a receptor, as by a neurotransmitter or hormone.
To open to a fuller extent or width; stretch:
To cause to burn or undergo combustion, especially with extraordinary rapidity, force, or thoroughness.
To cause to burn; ignite.
To become manifest suddenly and in full force.
(Golf) To hit (a ball) from a sand trap with an explosion shot
To react explosively or suddenly.
(Informal) To cause to increase in intensity or excitement. Often used with up :
A violent blowing apart or bursting caused by energy released from a very fast chemical reaction, a nuclear reaction, or the escape of gases under pressure.
(Nautical) To pour out; to empty; to tap and begin drawing from.
a short forward pass to a back who is running toward the sidelines
A sudden eruption of hydrogen gas in the chromosphere of the Sun, usually associated with sunspots. Solar flares may last between several hours and several days, and have temperatures ranging from 20 to 100 million degrees K. The energy of a solar flare, which consists primarily of charged particles and x-rays, is comparable to tens of millions of hydrogen bombs, but is less than one-tenth the total energy emitted by the Sun every second. First observed in 1859, solar flares dramatically affect the Sun's weather and the solar wind, and are correlated with the appearance of auroras on the Earth.
become flared and widen, usually at one end
To break into.
erupt or intensify suddenly
erupt or intensify suddenly
(Intransitive, of a fire) to burst into flames from a seemingly non-burning state
To anger; to annoy.
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