Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To exceed in brilliancy of flame.
  • To flame out; appear as flame.

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Examples

  • "Why did he ever drag you into it at all?" asked our visitor with a sudden outflame of anger.

    The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes

  • "Why did he ever drag you into it at all?" asked our visitor with a sudden outflame of anger.

    The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes

  • "Why did he ever drag you into it at all?" asked our visitor with a sudden outflame of anger.

    The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes

  • "Why did he ever drag you into it at all?" asked our visitor with a sudden outflame of anger.

    The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes

  • The next moment he had staggered back to his bed, exhausted and panting after his one tremendous outflame of energy.

    His Last Bow

  • The next moment he had staggered back to his bed, exhausted and panting after his one tremendous outflame of energy.

    His Last Bow

  • The next moment he had staggered back to his bed, exhausted and panting after his one tremendous outflame of energy.

    His Last Bow

  • At this sudden outflame of wrath the two witnesses sank their faces on to their chests, and sat as men crushed.

    The White Company

  • At this sudden outflame of wrath the two witnesses sank their faces on to their chests, and sat as men crushed.

    The White Company

  • At this sudden outflame of wrath the two witnesses sank their faces on to their chests, and sat as men crushed.

    The White Company

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