[ verb ] erupt or intensify suddenly
"Unrest erupted in the country" "Tempers flared at the meeting" "The crowd irrupted into a burst of patriotism"
Used in print(The Rev. John A. O'Brien, "Let's Take Birth Control...)
It has flared_up periodically on the front pages of newspapers in communities divided over birth prevention regulations in municipal hospitals and health and family welfare agencies .
[ verb ] ignite quickly and suddenly, especially after having died down
"the fire flared up and died down once again"
Used in print(Ann Carnahan, Nick Manero's Cook-out Barbeque...)
Do keep the grill high enough above the fire so_that when fat from meat drips down and flares_up , flames cannot reach the meat .