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flam·ing

 (flā′mĭng)
adj.
1. On fire; ablaze.
2. Resembling a flame in brilliance, color, or form: flaming autumn leaves.
3. Intense; ardent: flaming passions.
4. Informal Used as an intensive: a flaming liberal.

flam′ing·ly adv.
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