Definitions for "Flaring"
Keywords:  betta, gill, fins, splendens, ran
Spreading out the gills and fins as a form of Display. The Betta splendens is known for his display of flaring.
streaming or flapping or spreading wide as if in a current of air; "ran quickly, her flaring coat behind her"; "flying banners"; "flags waving in the breeze"
when a betta spreads all his fins and opens his gill covers, and "displays" to another male or a potential mate.
Keywords:  landfill, burning, disposal, gas, gases
That flares; flaming or blazing unsteadily; shining out with a dazzling light.
The burning of gas vented through a pipe or stack at a refinery, or a method of disposing of gas while a well is being drilled. Flaring is regulated by state agencies. Venting (letting gas escape unburned) is generally prohibited.
Burning of gas for the purpose of safe disposal.
The pressing of metal so that a lip or tail is formed into a compound curve with a concave shape, similar to the mouth of a vase. This technique is essential to making fine quality pieces that are free from the modern danger of being to flat. Barbutes, greaves, crinets, gauntlet cuffs, and vambraces all feature a good deal of flaring, making them difficult to execute. Without doubt flaring is one of the more difficult things for an armourer to learn, but it improves the quality of the resulting pieces by many times.
Spreading out the end of a tube or an open bubble to create a wider opening such as the mouth of a vase or the lip of a goblet.
Keywords:  speading, outwards, opening
Opening or speading outwards.
Term used in connection with zinc-bearing alloys, particularly manganese bronze, to denote evolution of zinc oxide fumes during melting.
The enlargement of a tube/hose diameter by mechanical pressure from the inside.