He'll need more than a flamer to unlatch the old girl if she doesn't care for his offer.
The bulk of the com was in a tightly sealed case which they would need a flamer to open.
All they would need to do was to use a flamer or a paralyzing ray such as the one he had turned over to Ashe several days ago.
Short of using a flamer full power to cut their way in, no one was going to force an entrance now.
He was three times an ace with two for good measure, seventeen victories in the air, but this was his first night flamer.
And it was very often proven that the tongue—and the brain behind it—were more deadly than a flamer.
mid-14c., from Anglo-French flaume, Old French flamme (10c.), from Latin flammula "small flame," diminutive of flamma "flame, blazing fire," from PIE *bhleg- "to shine, flash," from root *bhel- (1) "to shine, flash, burn" (see bleach (v.)).
The meaning "a sweetheart" is attested from 1640s; the figurative sense of "burning passion" was in Middle English. Flame-thrower (1917) translates German flammenwerfer (1915).
The hot, glowing mixture of burning gases and tiny particles that arises from combustion. Flames get their light either from the fluorescence of molecules or ions that have become excited, or from the incandescence of solid particles involved in the combustion process, such as the carbon particles from a candle.
A male homosexual; queen: It doesn't have anything to do with me being a flamer (1970s+ Homosexuals)