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flame with (an emotion)

Of the eyes, to seem to convey a particular feeling or emotion with intensity. Callie's eyes flamed with anger when I accused her of cheating on the test. Of course John's interested in you—his eyes are practically flaming with desire every time he looks at you.
See also: flame
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

flame with anger

 and flame with resentment; flame with lust; flame with vengeance
Fig. [for someone's eyes] to "blaze" or seem to communicate a particular quality or excitement, usually a negative feeling. His eyes flamed with resentment when he heard Sally's good news. Her eyes flamed with hatred.
See also: anger, flame
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To this, the court showed its resentment and passed the order directing IG Sindh Police to personally look into the matter.
Since the passing of several reforms introduced in the previous tenure, there has been growing resentment among doctors who felt their service structure has been disturbed.
She expressed resentment over amending the K-P Child Protection and Welfare Act-2016 and ending the autonomous status of the Implementation and Monitoring Committee (IMC) that consisted of the board members of Zamung Kor.
So he's sort of suddenly out of their lives and there may have been some resentment," she explained.
Trump's entire existence has been fueled by resentment. It started when he was a boy and his father instilled in him the idea that there were two kinds of men: winners and killers.
New Delhi [India], Jan 16 ( ANI ): The Chairman of the Bar Council of India, MK Mishra said on Wednesday that there is strong resentment among several judges on the issue of elevation of Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari to the Supreme Court.
The court while showing resentment over non -cooperation of the educational institute, summoned heads of the 69 institute in the case.
The resentment disappeared instantly in a puff of perspective.
But we have spoken to the developers to minimise and address the social problem of resentment among the locals,' he said in response to a question by Rembau MP Khairy Jamaluddin.
The apex court also expressed resentment over pathetic condition of Sea sites, adding that the sea sites seem like garbage dump sites in Karachi.
How we use words sparked the same resentment as I grew up in my own country.
The Oromo resentment has two faces: political and ethical.
Green and colleagues demonstrated that how Whites view race and racial inequality (often referred to as racial resentment or symbolic racism) strongly predicts attitudes toward state sponsored punishment.
Synopsis: "Resentment and the Right: French Intellectual Identity Reimagined, 1898-2000" by Sarah Shurts (Associate Professor of History at Bergen Community College, New Jersey) examines a century-long struggle between cultural spokesmen on the extreme right and left to dominate and define the concept of "the intellectual".
Former Strictly star James Jordan has fuelled the professional dancers pay feud, saying: "There is a lot of resentment".