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Synonyms for flame

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Synonyms for flame

the visible signs of combustion

to undergo combustion

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Synonyms for flame

the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke

shine with a sudden light

be in flames or aflame

Related Words

criticize harshly, usually via an electronic medium

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The man came to her aid when her car was struck twice by other vehicles on M6 before bursting into flames. The accident occurred at around 2.50pm yesterday on the northbound carriageway, close to Charnock Richard Services in Lancashire.
It is the second time in less than a year I have had to deal with a Mazda mysteriously bursting into flames James was watching a film with partner June MacMillan and children Jamie, 13, Kara, 10, and four-year-old Justin when all hell broke loose.
The Twin Squirrel helicopter which McRae owned came down at about 4.10pm, bursting into flames. Chief Superintendent Tim Love, divisional commander of Strathclyde Police's South Lanarkshire Division, said: "We believe that the group were just returning from a visit to the nearby village of Quarter when it appears that the helicopter got into difficulty and crashed within the grounds of Mr McRae's family home.
"It then continued to spin across the road before hitting a wall and bursting into flames."
Lithium used as the anode in lithium-sulfur dioxide, manganese dioxide and lithium--ion, is highly reactive and capable of bursting into flames when wet or exploding when burned.