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flamboyant

Architecture of, denoting, or relating to the French Gothic style of architecture characterized by flamelike tracery and elaborate carving
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tout d'un coup, lorsque le saint sacrement passa et qu'elle en regarda l'astre flamboyer au soleil, elle eut un eblouissement, elle crut etre frappee d'un eclair.
At that moment, the symbols of the body and blood of Christ, the host and sacramental wine, are transformed into a source of energy visible to all present, evoked by the words "flamboyer," "rallumes," "flamme de vie," and "rayonnait." The description leaves little doubt that the Holy Spirit "possesses" Pierre's beloved friend, leaving her with a "mark," her radiance, which shows that she has been the recipient of divine intervention.