Glints of brilliant light are seen to flash out from this region, as if produced by sunlight reflected from a sloping surface.
In that instance you were eager to flash out a hot rebuke and enjoy it.
Friedrich's eyes, at this last clause, flash out tearless, strangely Olympian.
But do you really want to see drama, do you want to see it flash out as it really did?
Of course this decision did not flash out complete and finished from the American mind at the beginning of these troubles.
It is not surprising that sparks should flash out among the ashes.
She was like her father; apt to flash out a hot word, but never angry long.
Often it will flash out in wrathful words, but the storm is quickly over.
If you are not, ugly capacities will flash out fast enough, and too fast.
There: one has just disappeared: it will flash out again in a moment!'
late 14c., from flasken (c.1300) "to dash or splash" (as water), probably imitative. Related: Flashed; flashing. Sense of "give off a sudden burst of light or flame" is 1540s. Flash flood is from 1940. Flash card is from 1923. Flash cube (remember those?) is from 1965.
1560s, from flash (v.); originally of lightning. Meaning "first news report" is from 1857. Meaning "photographic lamp" is from 1913. The comic book character dates to 1940. Flash in the pan (1809) is from old-style guns, where the powder might ignite in the pan but fail to spark the main charge.