Sinônimos de flame
a hot luminous body of burning gas coming in flickering streams from burning materiala huge ball of flame
A forest fire is sweeping across the country.
Cracks of light filtered through the shutters.
The rising sun cast a golden glow over the fields.
Two firefighters were hurt in the blaze.
An astronomer can determine the brightness of each star.
Rescue workers fought to get to victims inside the inferno.
intense passionthat burning flame of love
Her eyes were blazing with passion.
His punishing schedule seemed to dim his fire at times.
Her lack of enthusiasm filled me with disappointment.
His intensity, and the ferocity of his feelings alarmed me.
She thought of him with affection.
an outbreak of religious fervour
Their romantic ardour had cooled.
the keenness of the students
(informal) Every now and then I think of my old flame.
I married my childhood sweetheart, in Liverpool.
They became lovers soon after they first met.
Have you got a girlfriend?
Her children were forbidden from having girlfriends and boyfriends.
He takes his beloved in his arms.
She appeared with her new beau.
to burn brightlyHis dark eyes flamed with rage.
I suddenly realized the blanket was burning.
Lightning flashed among the distant dark clouds.
It is a mild morning and the sun is shining.
The night lantern glowed softly in the darkness.
The log fire was blazing merrily.
Camp fires flared like beacons in the dark.
The light was glaring straight into my eyes.
to become red or fieryHer face flamed a fiery red.
See in flames
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in the sense of affection
fondness or tenderness for a person or thingShe thought of him with affection.
in the sense of ardour
emotional warmthTheir romantic ardour had cooled.
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