Definition of Flame:

  1. Direct a vitriolic or abusive message at (someone) by posting on the internet or sending an email.

  2. A hot glowing body of ignited gas that is generated by something on fire.

  3. In internet parlance, a flood of emails sent to the author of an article or statement with controversial content. See also mail bomb.

  4. A vitriolic or abusive message posted on the internet or sent by email, typically in quick response to another message.

  5. Burn and give off flames.

Synonyms of Flame

Burn, Blaze, Be ablaze, Be alight, Be on fire, Be in flames, Be aflame, Amor, Casanova, Christian love, Don Juan, Eros, Lothario, Platonic love, Romeo, Admiration, Adoration, Affection, Agape, Amoroso, Ardency, Ardor, Attachment, Baby, Backfire, Bake, Balefire, Be bright, Be in heat, Beacon, Beacon fire, Beam, Beau, Bedazzle, Beloved, Blare, Blaze, Blaze of light, Blaze up, Blind, Blister, Bloom, Blush, Bodily love, Boil, Bonfire, Boyfriend, Brand, Broil, Brotherly love, Burn, Burn in, Burn off, Burning ghat, Burst into flame, Caballero, Campfire, Candle, Caritas, Cast, Catch, Catch fire, Catch on fire, Cauterize, Cavalier, Cavaliere servente, Char, Charity, Cheerful fire, Choke, Coal, Color, Color up, Combust, Combustion, Conflagration, Conjugal love, Cook, Corposant, Coruscate, Cozy fire, Crack, Crackling fire, Crematory, Crimson, Cupel, Darling, Daze, Dazzle, Dear, Death fire, Desire, Devotion, Diffuse light, Eagerness, Electric light bulb, Enthusiasm, Esquire, Facula, Faithful love, Fancy, Fellow, Fen fire, Fervor, Feverishness, Fire, Flame up, Flare, Flare up, Flash, Flashing point, Flicker, Flickering flame, Flush, Fondness, Forest fire, Found, Fox fire, Free love, Free-lovism, Fry, Fulgurate, Funeral pyre, Gallant, Gasp, Gigolo, Give light, Glance, Glare, Gleam, Gleam of light, Glim, Glint, Glow, Grow red, Heart, Heartthrob, Hero worship, Honey, Idolatry, Idolism, Idolization, Ignis fatuus, Ignite, Ignition, Illuminant, Illuminator, Inamorata, Inamorato, Incandesce, Incandescent body, Ingle, Intensity, Kindle, Lady-killer, Ladylove, Lambent flame, Lamp, Lantern, Lasciviousness, Libido, Light, Light bulb, Light source, Like, Liking, Love, Love-maker, Lovemaking, Lover, Luminant, Luminary, Luster, Man, Mantle, Married love, Marshfire, Match, Moon, Necker, Old man, Open fire, Oxidate, Oxidize, Pant, Parch, Passion, Petter, Philanderer, Physical love, Popular regard, Popularity, Prairie fire, Pyre, Pyrolyze, Radiate, Radiate heat, Raging fire, Redden, Regard, Roast, Scald, Scorch, Sea of flames, Sear, Seducer, Seethe, Send out rays, Sentiment, Sex, Sexual love, Sheet of fire, Sheik, Shimmer with heat, Shine, Shine brightly, Shoot, Shoot out rays, Signal beacon, Simmer, Singe, Smolder, Smother, Smudge fire, Solar flare, Solar prominence, Solder, Source of light, Spark, Spiritual love, Squire, Stars, Steady, Steam, Stew, Stifle, Suffocate, Sugar daddy, Sun, Swain, Sweat, Sweetheart, Sweetie, Swelter, Swinge, Take, Taper, Tender feeling, Tender passion, Three-alarm fire, Toast, Torch, Torrefy, Truelove, Turn red, Turtledove, Two-alarm fire, Uxoriousness, Vesicate, Vulcanize, Warmth, Watch fire, Wildfire, Witch fire, Worship, Yearning, Young man, Zeal, Fire, Blaze, Conflagration, Inferno, Holocaust, Firestorm

How to use Flame in a sentence?

  1. A sheet of flame blocked my escape.

Meaning of Flame & Flame Definition