- v. Simple past tense and past participle of blare.
“The scorching sun beat down, and live gospel music blared from the makeshift stage.”
“Wall was the last player introduced during player introductions and he had to contain himself from breaking out into a dance as the music blared from the speakers.”
“While a Beyonce tune blared from the speakers, Monk was similarly occupied.”
“It was a pimped-out, copper-colored Buick Riviera slowly tooling down Lenox Avenue, and as that monster slowed behind other cars that song blared from the 8-Track.”
“Advertisements are annoyingly blared from a neon cityscape that mirrors modern-day Tokyo, minus the flying machines.”
“The Cougars (9-2, 7-0) held a long and boisterous celebration at midfield after the game, with the seniors taking turns at the microphone before Elvis '` ` Viva Las Vegas' 'blared from the stadium loudspeakers and athletic director Tom Holmoe accepted a bid to the Las Vegas Bowl as the MWC champions.”
“SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Confetti fell to the floor and Tina Turner's ` ` Simply The Best '' blared from the speakers.”
“The Braves lingered on the field a little longer than usual, soaking up the cheers from 29,299 while BTO's "Taking Care of Business" blared from the speakers and "10 Straight Championships" flashed on the scoreboard.”
“But it's not our story," the titles blared on the screen on behalf of the judges.”
“SEATTLE - Walking down the arena steps as her name blared through the speakers, Lauren Jackson wanted to hide behind one of the numerous signs that Seattle fans brought thanking the two-time MVP for staying in her adopted hometown.”
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