- (of a glaze) dense and streaked with contrasting colors, usually red and blue.
- (of a ceramic object) covered with a flambé glaze.
Origin of flambé
Words nearby flambé
How to use flambé in a sentence
It sits above one of Earth’s mantle plumes — a tower of superheated rock that ascends from the deep mantle and flambés the bases of tectonic plates, the jigsaw pieces that make up the ever-changing face of the world.A Massive Subterranean ‘Tree’ Is Moving Magma to Earth’s Surface|Robin George Andrews|September 15, 2021|Quanta Magazine
For the insertion of the p, cf. solempne for solemne, and nempne for nemne; also flambe for flame; see the Glossary.Chaucer's Works, Volume 5 (of 7) -- Notes to the Canterbury Tales|Geoffrey Chaucer