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- adjective Cooked or seared over open flames.
- adjective Of or pertaining to an
undulatingpattern of wood grain, which resembles flames.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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If you start the thread the probability of getting flamed is higher.
All the public were interested in the case, and in the Welsh townships and villages his name flamed out like a beacon.
The titles flamed; flags of strange battles; signals of strange ships; challenging, enticing to the dangerous adventure.
Far back in the psalm, that is, close at the beginning, another word flamed up before her in a sudden illumination: a word she had read and reread, but now it stopped her short.
a very little thing to stir her after all that had been done, but the use of her name flamed the anger that had been almost swamped in fear.
I even get flamed from the podium at conferences where I’m not allowed to speak.
And while I understand that some lurkers don't post for fear of being flamed, that is not a problem for me - I can give as good as I get.
Margot flamed with indignation, but before the angry words had time to form themselves on her lips, the thought occurred that after all the help vouchsafed to her had been no pretence, but a very substantial reality.
But the same quality that sustains the secluded farmer and his household in the hills supported the timid tiller of the first garden as the sword flamed behind him over the closing gate of Eden.
But until some high-profile titles flamed out this year, it was still possible to deny what was increasingly obvious to many.