The issue would flare up, then die down, then flare up again.
She said she first learned of the current flare up by seeing tweets from the IDF spokesperson's Twitter account.
If you have a taste for Asian flare, combine soy sauce, hoisin sauce, sesame seeds, and peanut oil.
Shell does it nowhere else in the world in volumes that are even remotely comparable to what they flare in the Delta.
In the most casual conversation, she seems to flare at warp-speed.
The storm made it flicker and flare till it sent dancing shadows over the dark walls of the house.
My regiment left New York by night in a flare of torch and rocket.
A flare of the old-time fire rose up within him: he was again the prince of a hundred duels.
When she got new cloth for the flare skirts, she got colours.
In the flare of it Andy watched his kind old face with its fringe of grayish hair and its deep-graven lines of whimsical humor.
mid-16c., originally "spread out" (hair), of unknown origin, perhaps from Dutch vlederen. Related: Flared; flaring. The notion of "spreading out in display" is behind the notion of "spreading gradually outward" (1640s). Flare-up "a sudden burst" is from 1837.
"bright, unsteady light," 1814, from flare (v.), which led to the sense of "signal fire" (1883). Flares "flared trousers" is from 1964.
An area of redness on the skin surrounding the primary site of infection or irritation.