- adj.火焰摇曳的; 闪耀的; 张开的; 喇叭形的;
- v.（使）闪耀( flare的现在分词 ); （使）（船舷）外倾; （使）鼻孔张大; （使）（衣裙、酒杯等）呈喇叭形展开;
I turned to Jacky, my nostrils flaring in disgust.
A vulgar flaring paper adorned the walls.
Goebbels was flaring up at me.
There was flaring of the nares.
The lamps were already flaring in the dark, and a cool wind was blowing.
This detachment was all the more remarkable midst the flaring emotions of 1940.
His eyes darkened and the crowded flaring streets become blurred to his eyes.
They were stars, I knew, and flaring comets, that peopled my flight among the suns.
A bronze chariot ridden by chameleons radiating flaring lights.
I went straight to a hot peak , flaring up in instant anger.
The game introduce: Does flickering flaring gold coin someone like?
游戏介绍: 闪闪发光的金币有人不喜欢 吗 ?
Tempers where flaring up after the game.
Mind that gun. It's flaring back.
The flaring skirt was fitted at the hips, ankle - length and hand of ruffles , some - times pleated flounces.
Consider the bell bottoms of the 1970's with their tight waists and wide flaring bottoms.
1. having a gradual increase in width;
"a skirt flaring from the waist"
2. streaming or flapping or spreading wide as if in a current of air;
"ran quickly, her flaring coat behind her"
"flags waving in the breeze"