Noun: flame fleym
Verb: flame fleym
- The process of combustion of flammable materials; produces heat, light, and (often) smoke
"flame was one of our ancestors' first discoveries";
- fire, flaming
- Visible burning gas, e.g. coming from something on fire
"the flames licked up the walls and engulfed the roof"
Adjective: flame fleym
- Shine with a sudden light
"The night sky flamed with the massive bombardment";
- Be in flames or aflame
"The sky seemed to flame in the Hawaiian sunset"
- Criticize harshly, usually via an electronic medium
"the person who posted an inflammatory message got flamed"
- Of orange tinged with red
- red-orange, reddish-orange, flame-orange
Derived forms: flamed, flames, flaming
See also: chromatic, flame up
Type of: beam, burn, burning, castigate, chasten, chastise, combust, combustion, correct, objurgate, shine