Flare-back



[flair-bak] /ˈflɛərˌbæk/

noun
1.
a blast of flame that sometimes issues from the breech of a large gun or cannon when it is opened after firing.
2.
a brief, unexpected recurrence:
a flareback of winter in May.

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