Definitions

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  • adv. In a flaring manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a flaring manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Flutteringly; showily.

Etymologies

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flaring +‎ -ly

Examples

  • I found the passages and staircases of the Court-House flaringly lighted with gas, and the Court itself similarly illuminated.

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  • A flaringly illustrated New York paper was spread out upon his sofa.

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  • It was, as I have noted, Sunday; but every shop where things pleasing or even useful to women were sold was wide open, and somewhat flaringly invited the custom of our fellow-passengers of that sex; but there was not a shop where such things as men's collars were for sale, or anything pleasing or useful to man, but was closed and locked fast.

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  • And from a pale blonde she had become flaringly carrotty; so that a Titianesque creature seemed to have sprung from the little urchin-like girl of former days.

    His Masterpiece

  • As far as I'm concerned, Obama is flaringly negligent, the people of the Gulf coast need to remember this, and the MSM isn't talking much about it.

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  • "As far as I'm concerned, Obama is flaringly negligent, the people of the Gulf coast need to remember this, and the MSM isn't talking much about it."

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  • a good many houses the lights are out already -- it is nearly eleven o'clock and this part of St. Louis goes to bed early -- only the drugstores and the moving-picture theatres are still flaringly awake.

    Young People's Pride

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