from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. With, or as if with, fire or flames.
- adv. In a flaming way; extremely obviously; outrageously.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a flaming manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a flaming manner; with great show or vehemence; passionately.
How many flamingly idiotic things can someone say before we stop calling him brilliant?
And when the German trade journals refused to accept American advertisements, they found their country flamingly bill-boarded in buccaneer American fashion.
At the end of the near pasture was a hedgerow of mature maples filled with dead branches, red at their tops, yellow halfway, deep green toward the ground, flamingly bright in clear sun.
Apparently, "flamingly contradictory" didn't make the cut, though the label fits.
This ought to be flamingly obvious to anyone who isn't interested merely in regurgitating partisan slogans.
I will have been flamingly, publicly wrong for 15 years.
In any event, stripped, as it were, of his fashionista side, the Bruno character is reduced to a pathetically talent-free, unremittingly crude, flamingly gay exhibitionist.
Hilton, aka Mario Armando Lavandeira, Jr., is a flamingly gay Cuban blogger we can surmise that he enjoys a good Cuban cigar à la Bill Clinton only with a different type of wrapper.
Hillary flamingly failed, Edwards has no record on health care, only a 'plan'.
This is JoeChi, folks, who lazily copied and pasted his identical daily flamingly ugly anti-Obama messages all across the internet, starting way back from the time of Obama's announcement in the winter of 2007.