Definition of Flambee

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of flambe) ¹



2. Verb. (alternative spelling of flambe) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Flambee

1. flaming [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flambee

flakies
flakiest
flakily
flakiness
flakinesses
flaking
flaks
flaky
flaky pastry
flam
flamage
flambe
flambeau
flambeaus
flambeaux
flambee (current term)
flambeed
flambeeing
flambees
flambeing
flamberg
flambergasted
flamberge
flambergen
flamberges
flambergs
flambes
flamboyance
flamboyances
flamboyancies

Literary usage of Flambee

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1. The Contemporary Drama of France by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1920)
"... La flambee (1912), performed in English as The Spy. The piece is compact in structure, its setting a country house, and its action extending from night ..."

2. Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica & St. Lucia Alive!by Lynne M. Sullivan by Lynne M. Sullivan (2000)
"For dessert, you can choose from a large list that includes chocolate-covered profiteroles, banana flambee and fruit-filled crepe. ..."

3. Adventure Guide to St. Martin & St. Barts by Lynne M. Sullivan (2003)
"The menu changes and may include Chateaubriand or veal flambee, and vegetarian dishes are always available. Desserts are invariably works of art. ..."

4. The Popular Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1918)
"The mob theatre of Paris gives us " Samson," " La Rampe" and " La flambee"; the aristocratic theatre, " Barbarine " and ..."

5. Contemporary French Dramatists: Studies on the Théâtre Libre, Curel, Brieux by Barrett Harper Clark (1915)
"If they would once allow the foreigners to speak for themselves, I feel sure such plays as Israel, Samson, La Vierge folle, La flambee, and Pour Vime ..."

6. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1905)
"By this process some veritable sang de boeuf and rouge flambee effects are produced—color effects which have eluded the researches of experts for nearly two ..."

7. Studies in Stagecraft by Clayton Meeker Hamilton (1914)
"This unity of time is very skilfully achieved in La flambee, a three-act drama by the Belgian playwright M. Henry ..."

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