Flair or Flare?
Flair or Flare?What is the difference between "flair" and "flare"?
- "Flair" means natural ability. For example:
- He has a natural flair for languages.
- Send up a flare to mark our position, sergeant.
- The sudden flare ruined my night vision.
- His trousers have a remarkable flare.
- Their ideas might now need some of your creative flair.
- Starting out to make money is the greatest mistake in life. Do what you feel you have a flair for doing, and if you are good enough at it, the money will come. (Actress Greer Garson)
- Flares are used for signalling, illumination, or defensive countermeasures in civilian and military applications.
- People wearing flared jeans today want to style these 1970s inspired jeans in ways that are definitely 21st century.
- His last match flared lighting our faces.
- Her dress does not flare at the bottom.
FlairThe abstract noun "flair" means to have a natural talent or a knack for something. It also means to do something with a distinct elegance.
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FlareThe noun "flare" denotes a brief burst of bright flame or light. It is also the name for a firework-style rocket used for illumination. "Flare" can also mean a gradual expanding in shape.
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