Definition of magnesium flare in English:

magnesium flare

Syllabification: mag·ne·si·um flare
(also magnesium light)

noun

A brilliant white flare containing metallic magnesium wire or ribbon.
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  • Out from the tomb comes Angel, another surreally beautiful blonde male sidhe, but glowing like a magnesium flare and flying straight up into the air on his gossamer wings.
  • His career was bright like a magnesium flare and as brief.
  • The blast wounded all the crewmembers in the cargo compartment, including loadmaster Levitow, and knocked an activated magnesium flare from the hand of a crewmember who'd been illuminating the battlefield for Army troops.

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