A brightly burning light used to attract attention in an emergency, or to illuminate an area. (noun)
A widening of an object with an otherwise roughly constant width, e.g. on the lower legs of trousers and jeans. (noun)
The transition from downward flight to level flight just before landing. (noun)
A low fly ball that is hit in the region between the infielders and the outfielders (noun)
An aircraft-released countermeasure to counter an infrared-homing missile. (noun)
To blaze brightly. (verb)
To burn unsteadily. (verb)
To burst out suddenly, as in anger. (verb)
To open outward in shape. (verb)
To cause to burn. (verb)
Examples of word flare
The new release features a three-way color grade filter with built-in keying and masking tools, a video noise reduction tool, an OpenGL particle engine, and real-time title flare and luma glow effects.
Just then, a bright flash of light from some kind of flare is fired by Huang.
Although I applaud John Arquilla's concerns, I would also suggest that the warning "flare" is not too late.
Mature migrating ducks and geese are VERY smart and will flare from a black shotgun if it where they can see it.
At least one of the two of them is capable of startlingly evocative language: Brian Jones's contributions to "Let It Bleed" were the "last flare from the shipwreck."