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Definition of "blaze" []

  • A brilliant burst of fire; a flame. (noun)
  • A destructive fire. (noun)
  • A bright or steady light or glare: the blaze of the desert sun. (noun)
  • A brilliant, striking display: flowers that were a blaze of color. (noun)
  • A sudden outburst, as of emotion: a blaze of anger. (noun)
  • A strong fire or flame (noun)

American Heritage(R) Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright (c) 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

  • A very bright light or glare (noun)
  • An outburst (of passion, acclaim, patriotism, etc) (noun)
  • Brilliance; brightness (noun)
  • To burn fiercely (verb)
  • To shine brightly (verb)
  • To become stirred, as with anger or excitement (verb)
  • To shoot continuously (verb)

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Use "blaze" in a sentence
  • "I have piled up deer while hunting in blaze orange and jeans."
  • "We will not fall, but rise in blaze of loss and call, and fly into our births and cry inferno, aye, incinerate your lie. posted by Hal Duncan | 12: 49 AM"
  • "* When you harvest a gobbler, carry it out of the woods draped in blaze orange."