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Definition of "blazed" []

  • A strong fire or flame (noun)
  • 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)
  • Under the influence of marijuana, usually at a relatively high dose. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of blaze. (verb)

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Use "blazed" in a sentence
  • "After Coughlin blazed his drill sergeant path to the postgame podium, he said his team had "started to restore New York Giant pride.""
  • "'It's amazing how quickly she was able to locate information on Jared Salvatore once she twigged we had the book from reception with his name blazed all over it,' Havers reported, 'and she's managed to unearth all sorts of useful details on Anton Reid."
  • "The name blazed high through all the confusion of his swimming senses."