flary

flary

(ˈflɛərɪ)
adj, -rier or -riest
(Clothing & Fashion) informal (of clothing) flared; flaring outwards in shape
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against Czech Tomas Berdych in the | Not all skirts have the capacity for |an impressive flary twirl.
The last several months and weeks, showed flary of political activities by the so called disgruntled group, led by Riek Machar, a group consisting of individuals who were fired from their government positions and some of whom were awaiting investigation for insubordination and corruption accusation.
You don't know this yet'" (15)--appear odd, disorienting amid images and events of birds, orange juice, a hair, toast, a flow of "memory traces and flary images" (24), reveries, noises in the walls, a hyper-awareness that haunts Lauren Hartke's consciousness.
If the star becomes lopsided or flary in the same direction on both the inside and outside of best focus, breathe a sigh of relief; a collimation tweak should fix it.
and was formerly employed by Landers, Flary and Clark, Aetna Life Insurance Co.
Key features are polka dots, flary skirts with box pleats, knee-length A-lines, capri pants, trench-style coats, arty patterns, bubble-gum colours, bows and kitten heels.
If you want to look dramatic and have the personality to match then there are pieces you can go for like flary skirts with bold patterns or bright polka dots," says Julie.
She finished her tea and "thought of what she thought of, memory traces and flary images and a friend she missed and all the shadow-dappled stuff of an undividable moment on a normal morning going crazy in ways so humanly routine you can't even stop and take note.
Full and flary with flower prints and red waistband, this little beaut will bring your look straight up to date, a la Sandy from Grease.