To open or spread outwards; to project beyond the perpendicular; as, the sides of a bowl flare; the bows of a ship flare.
A spreading outward; as, the flare of a fireplace.
An outward distortion which may occur on any portion of the hoof wall. If left untreated, they can alter functional toe angle, mediolateral balance, and hoof symmetry.
The outward curve to keep out water spray.
The amount the sides of a canoe curve outward from the perpendicular.
a shape that spreads outward; "the skirt had a wide flare"
reddening of the skin spreading outward from a focus of infection or irritation
Flare legs are important for back-to-school. Our flare leg jeans are fitted through the hip and thigh and "flare" out slightly from the knee. Flare legs range from 21"-22" leg openings. Our fashion is typically 21", and our basics are 22".
It refers to a furniture leg in shape of a concave arch.
The outward curve of a vessel's sides near the bow. A distress signal.
1. distress signal which burns brightly upon activation for a short period to attract attention; 2. up-and-outward spread of the hull form at the top near the bow
A distress signal. The outward curve of a vessel's sides near the bow.
the outward curving shape of a furniture leg
A pyrotechnic device used to indicate distress. Also, the outward curvature of the sides on the bow of a boat.
The outward, concave curve of a leg etc.
The outward concave curve of a furniture leg.
Fall having an outward horizontal curve.
1. A device used for signaling, particularly to indicate distress, with bright glowing, colored light fired into the sky, placed on deck, or held by a crew member; 2. The outward curve or slant of a boat's sides, from bilge to deck line