1. Flame, blaze, conflagration refer to the light and heat given off by combustion. Flame is the common word, referring to a combustion of any size: the light of a match flame. Blaze usually denotes a quick, hot, bright, and comparatively large flame: The fire burst into a blaze.
Is flame a noun or adjective?
Noun the flame of a candle We built a fire and roasted marshmallows over the flames.
Is flame a noun?
burst into/go up in/erupt in flames: A car had overturned and burst into flames. douse/smother/extinguish the flames (=stop a fire burning): Bryan smothered the flames with his coat....flame Definitions and Synonyms singularflamepluralflames
Is flame a adverb?
Flaming is also an adverb.
What part of speech is flames?
noun flamepart of speech:nounWord CombinationsSubscriber feature About this featurepart of speech:intransitive verbinflections:flames, flaming, flameddefinition 1:to burst into or produce flames; burn. synonyms: blaze, burn, kindle similar words: fire, flare, ignite, light15 more rows
What is a flame message?
Flames are simply comments or messages designed to offend the user at which they are directed. The resulting tirade from both parties is known as a flame war. Some people deliberately say something to initiate flame wars in forums and message groups.
What are five words you associate with fire?
synonyms for fireblaze.bonfire.heat.inferno.combustion.devouring.embers.scorching.
What does the slang term flame mean?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Flaming or roasting is the act of posting insults, often including profanity or other offensive language, on the internet. This term should not be confused with the term trolling, which is the act of someone going online, or in person, and causing discord.
How do you start a flame war?
Flame wars begin when egos collide and one side starts hurling insults at the other. Your opening salvo should be general insults about personal taste and intelligence. Such insults are easy to shrug off, but it lets your opponent and the other forum participants know that you are prepared for battle.