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flame

1. verb To write angry messages online (as on a forum or message board). The administrators are going to suspend your account if you keep flaming the message board.
2. noun Such messages. The administrators are going to suspend your account if they see all these flames from you on the message board.
3. verb To appear to be overtly homosexual. How did you not know that guy's gay—he's totally flaming!
4. noun One's romantic partner. How am I supposed to forget about my old flame if I keep seeing her around town?

flame

1. in. to write an excited and angry note in a computer forum or news group. (see also flamage.) Stop flaming a minute and try to explain your position calmly.
2. n. a verbal attack as in sense 1 My email is full of flames this morning!
3. in. to appear obviously homosexual. Man, she’s flaming today!
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References in classic literature ?
Rage flamed in his keen eyes; but by the masterfulness of his self-control he kept his tones level as he spoke.
and show the passengers where they shall eventually arrive"--which was all very well, but by a funny accident the first picture that flamed out upon the canvas was a view of Greenwood Cemetery!
Unfortunately Sir Henry understood this remark, and the blood flamed up into his cheeks.
Night was falling; the square was dark; the wine-shop, full of candles, flamed afar like a forge in the gloom; the noise of glasses and feasting, of oaths and quarrels, which escaped through the broken panes, was audible.
Immediately a volley of musketry flamed, thundered, roared in the cavern, bringing down enormous fragments from the vaults.
I did so, and driven by the draught a coil of gray smoke swirled down the corridor, while the dry straw crackled and flamed.
One to the right pitched extravagantly, shot steeply up into the air, burst with a loud report, and flamed down into the sea; another plunged nose forward into the water and seemed to fly to pieces as it hit the waves.