emblaze
I. transitive verb (emblazed; emblazing) Date: 15th century 1. to illuminate especially by a blaze 2. to set ablaze II. transitive verb (emblazed; emblazing) Etymology: en- + blaze to blazon Date: 1593 1. archaic emblazon 1 2. to adorn sumptuously <
with gems and golden luster rich emblazed — John Milton
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  • Emblaze — Em*blaze , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Emblazed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Emblazing}.] [Pref. em + 1st blaze.] 1. To adorn with glittering embellishments. [1913 Webster] No weeping orphan saw his father s stores Our shrines irradiate, or emblaze the floors.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • emblaze — index brand (mark) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • emblaze — emblaze1 [em blāz′] vt. emblazed, emblazing [ EM (see EN 1) + BLAZE1] Archaic 1. to light up; illuminate 2. to set on fire; kindle emblaze2 [em blāz′] …   English World dictionary

  • emblaze — emblaze1 emblazer, n. /em blayz /, v.t., emblazed, emblazing. 1. to illuminate, as by a blaze. 2. to kindle. [1515 25; EM 1 + BLAZE1] emblaze2 emblazer, n. /em blayz /, v.t., emblazed, emblazing …   Universalium

  • emblaze — verb a) To kindle; set ablaze. When a window screen is emblazed with a pretty design, one cannot look into the room beyond because of arrest of vision by the figure upon the screen. b) To adorn with glittering embellishments; cause to glitter or… …   Wiktionary

  • emblaze — n. technology for compressing visual information (without the need for additions to a browser program on the Internet) v. ignite, set on fire, set ablaze …   English contemporary dictionary

  • emblaze — v. a. 1. Blazon. See emblazon, 1. 2. Kindle, set in a blaze or ablaze. 3. Adorn with glittering ornaments, make glitter or gleam or shine. 4. Display, blazon, make ostentation of …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • emblaze — em·blaze …   English syllables

  • emblaze — I em•blaze [[t]ɛmˈbleɪz[/t]] v. t. blazed, blaz•ing 1) to illuminate, as by a blaze 2) to cause to blaze; kindle • Etymology: 1515–25 em•blaz′er, n. II em•blaze [[t]ɛmˈbleɪz[/t]] v. t. blazed, blaz•ing. archaic 1) her to emblazon 2) to embellish… …   From formal English to slang

  • emblaze — I. /ɛmˈbleɪz/ (say em blayz) verb (t) Obsolete 1. to illuminate; light up. 2. to kindle. {em 1 + blaze1} II. /ɛmˈbleɪz/ (say em blayz) verb (t) 1. to adorn with heraldic devices. 2 …   Australian English dictionary

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