Definitions for emblazeɛmˈbleɪz

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

em•blazeɛmˈbleɪz(v.t.)-blazed, -blaz•ing.

  1. to illuminate, as by a blaze.

  2. to cause to blaze; kindle.

Origin of emblaze:

1515–25

em•blaz′er(n.)

em•blaze*ɛmˈbleɪz(v.t.)-blazed, -blaz•ing.

  1. to emblazon.

    Category: Heraldry

  2. to embellish lavishly.

* Archaic..

Origin of emblaze:

1625–35

em•blaz′er(n.)

Wiktionary

  1. emblaze(Verb)

    To kindle; set ablaze.

  2. emblaze(Verb)

    To adorn with glittering embellishments; cause to glitter or shine.

  3. emblaze(Verb)

    To illuminate; to etch or display in a bright, fiery way; blazon.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Emblaze(verb)

    to adorn with glittering embellishments

  2. Emblaze(verb)

    to paint or adorn with armorial figures; to blazon, or emblazon

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