Flair: A particular talent or having attention-grabbing appearance.

Flare: A sudden burst of bright flame or light or a burst of strong emotion.

Example Sentences: Ted has a flair for playing the tuba. Those red shoes add flair to that plain black dress. Look at the flare; I wonder if your marshmallows would cook best there? This argument is going to flare up if we don't calm down.

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