from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To exceed in brilliancy of flame.
- To flame out; appear as flame.
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"Why did he ever drag you into it at all?" asked our visitor with a sudden outflame of anger.
The next moment he had staggered back to his bed, exhausted and panting after his one tremendous outflame of energy.
At this sudden outflame of wrath the two witnesses sank their faces on to their chests, and sat as men crushed.
We may be content, even proud, that already we can take a conflagration that has occurred more than a thousand trillion miles away and analyse it positively into an outflame of glowing hydrogen gas at so many miles a second.
'I would not barter it for all the gold in her grandsire's coffers,' said he, with a sudden outflame, and then half-laughing, half-blushing at his own heat, he whisked in and left me to my thoughts.
At the moment before this outflame some doubt as to their whereabouts seems to have flashed across the mind of their leaders.