flame[ fleym ]SEE DEFINITION OF flame
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLAME
There was a rush and faint roar of the flame up the chimney as the cardboard burned.
There was a flame at his heart, a burning lump in his throat.
But there was the decree, written in letters of blood and flame.
"Because I want to do it myself," she said at last, and thrust the envelope into the flame.
History records the experiences of but one man who has seen a flame in the open.
Eulalia, when at the stake, breathes the flame that she may die the more quickly.
His fingers encountered a flame, and were slightly scorched.
This resentment was seldom expressed, but its flame scorched her soul.
It shines in your eyes, it burns like a flame in your face; I can feel it in your hands.
And so he did, twisting it up and setting it to the flame of the candle.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR FLAME
- cast out
- complain of
- cry down
- fulminate against
- inveigle against
- object to
- thunder against
- red heat