a compound used in cloth and plastic material to raise the ignition point of the material, thus making it resistant to fire.
[fleym] /fleɪm/ noun 1. burning gas or vapor, as from wood or coal, that is undergoing combustion; a portion of ignited gas or vapor. 2. Often, flames. the state or condition of blazing combustion: to burst into flames. 3. any flamelike condition; glow; inflamed condition. 4. brilliant light; scintillating luster. 5. bright coloring; a streak […]
noun 1. an ornamental stitch, used on bedspreads, upholstery fabrics, and the like, producing rows of ogees in various colors.
- Flame test
noun 1. a test for detecting the presence of certain metals in compounds by the coloration they give to a flame. Sodium, for example, turns a flame yellow
[fleym-throh-er] /ˈfleɪmˌθroʊ ər/ noun 1. a weapon, either mounted or portable, that sprays ignited incendiary fuel for some distance. 2. Agriculture. . noun A pitcher with a very fast fastball (1970s+ Baseball)