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  • noun Plural form of flambe.


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  • There was caneton Kioga, wild duck breasts marinated in a succulent sauce of wine, cream and basil, or T-bone Toro, tender steaks flambes.

    Put On By Cunning Rendell, Ruth, 1930- 1981

  • The unprovedeid people war all together amased; for brycht day appearing, thei saw ane army of ten thowsand men; thare cornes and howssis [214] upoun every syd send flambes of fyre unto the heavin.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6) John Knox

  • Though many a home cook has done herself in by overshooting for a dinner party - soufflés, flambes and the like always sound good in daydreams leading up to a big to do - these chefs aren't trying to be anything other than who and what they are.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories Wren Wertin Vail 2010

  • You can add buff components to spells, creating a fireball that flambes your enemies while it boosts your party health.

    I4U News 2010

  • Those rum balls, flaming flambes and sherry sauces made with alcohol often retain more hooch than most people realize.

    ABC News: Top Stories 2010

  • Fortunately The Weekly Standard's Mary Katharine Ham has collected the evidence and examples needed to expose the hypocrisy, and lays it out in all it's link-filled glory; all while she flambes Gibbs for his risible assertions.

    Serr8d's Cutting Edge 2009


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