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- adj. Under the influence of marijuana, usually at a relatively high dose.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of blaze.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a white mark, properly a streak, on the forehead: said of horses and cattle.
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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.
Death unerring blazed from the French barricade, -- not bullets only, but broken glass and ragged metal that tore hideous wounds in the ranks of the English.
_Luckily the scandal was hushed up_: the phrase blazed out against the dark background of Kate's misery.
I did Dan'el a great wrong, for I smiled on him whiles for the sake o 'power; not but what he did me a worse wrong, so far worse that whiles I think no woman has so sore a life as me; but I did do him wrong, sir, and fur that reason I'll not ha' his name blazed abroad, hanging on to a tale as 'ud buzz i' the ears o 'all.
"And shall yet conquer!" cried Lennox, kindling with the enthusiasm that blazed from the eyes of Wallace.
Whenever the key players of hip-hop’s “old school” look back on the pregnant moment when the Sugar Hill label blazed a trail for rap, there remains among them that nagging sense that it all went down the wrong way.
But suddenly some new expression blazed in her eyes.
Liah, of the Cosaida Chareen; that name blazed on the list in his head.
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