Thesaurus / flare up

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You don't want to take advantage of her being sick and weakly now—now, you no need to flare up!

Before the candle had had time to settle its flame after the first flare up that doesn't last, the row began again.

Extremely quiet and reserved, with a curious determined set of the mouth, and eyes that flare up passionately at times.

In the World WarCount Ottokar Czernin

Unless conditions are improved the time may come when this resentment may flare up in a useless and hopeless protest.

Prowling about PanamaGeorge A. Miller

Civil war will flare up at once in several parts of the kingdom.

A fat young “gobbler,” it runs grease at every pore, causing the fire to flare up.

The Death ShotMayne Reid

Now all the buildings began to flare up, except that the guest-house did not burn, nor the ladies' room, nor the dairy.

He even shook his finger threateningly at them; and somehow the action angered Donald, who was quicker to flare up than Adrian.

A flare up of hitherto unimaginable brotherly love has indicated this sacrilegious rapprochement.

After the RainSam Vaknin

I think it is only fair that you should know it, but you need not flare up.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.