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Noun(1) a strong flame that burns brightly(2) a cause of difficulty and suffering(3) noisy and unrestrained mischief(4) a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted(5) a light-colored marking
Verb(1) shine brightly and intensively(2) shoot rapidly and repeatedly(3) burn brightly and intensely(4) move rapidly and as if blazing(5) indicate by marking trees with blazes
(1) The festival was launched in a blaze of music, singing and dancing in Riverstown on Friday night last, August 2.(2) The 7,500-acre blaze is only half contained and may pick up as the day gets warmer.(3) The wagon began to blaze merrily in the morning light, and the driver barely escaped the inferno in time.(4) In the middle of that rooftop blaze , the scene turned into slow motion for him.(5) A boy seriously burned in a fire that killed his older brother eight years ago has saved his younger brother and sister from another blaze at their Bradford home.(6) In the spring the rhododendrons and azaleas offer a blaze of colour.(7) twenty firemen fought the blaze(8) twenty fireman fought the blaze(9) The bulbs were sponsored by local business people and everyone is looking forward to Spring when the road sides should be a blaze of colour.(10) Authorities are anxious to douse this blaze and begin dealing with its aftermath.(11) He marked it with his blaze and registered it in his database.(12) Supposedly this ultra-intense blaze was caused by a man with a cigarette lighter and a ├ö├ç├┐carton of flammable liquid├ö├ç├û.(13) But - and here's the surprising bit - it failed to provoke me into a blaze of mouth-frothing, righteous anger.(14) It is breathtaking, and brings the city into a blaze of colour on a cold winter's night.(15) An urgent week-long White House effort to stop the blaze of anger has had some success.(16) The biggest trouble is in the northern part of the state, this blaze about 150 miles north of San Francisco.
(1) blaze up :: tân i fyny
1. fire ::
2. glare ::
3. blazing ::
4. hell ::
5. burn ::
6. shine ::
7. blaze away ::
tân i ffwrdd
8. blaze out ::
Different Formsblaze, blazed, blazes, blazing
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