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Flare-up (A)

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A rumpus or row. Also a banquet or jovial treat. The first meaning is simply the substantive of the verb. The second meaning refers to dazzle and “splendour” displayed.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Flame
Flaming
Flaming Swords
Flaminian Way
Flanders (Moll)
Flanders Babies
Flanders Mare (The)
Flaneur (French)
Flap-dragons
Flare-up
Flare-up (A)
Flash
Flash Men and Flash Notes
Flat
Flat-fish
Flat Milk
Flat Race (A)
Flat Simplicity
Flatterer
Flatterers
Flay a Fox (To)