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- v. Present participle of blaze.
- adj. Very fast.
- adj. Very slow.
- adj. Sexually attractive.
- adj. Of tremendous intensity or fervor; white-hot.
- adj. Exceedingly angry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Burning with a blaze.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. shining intensely
- adj. without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious
- n. a strong flame that burns brightly
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He was referring to the blazing image that makes up the poster for the Quiksilver Pro New York, a two-week surfing competition coming to Long Island on Sept. 1, and the first-ever Association of Surfing Professionals World Title Race stop on the East Coast.
On the other side, someone had painted many of the occupied buildings in blazing colors: pink, yellow, and minty green — a jarring sight in the washed-out landscape.
Even if God did appear before you in blazing glory, would you believe he existed or would you consider it a hallucination of some sort or a trick played on you?
Speechless before these budding green spring leaves in blazing sunlight
To show he could, Michael climbed to the top of the highest pyramid, just barely, in blazing midday heat.
When I scrolled down to the bottom and saw "serve frozen" I knew it would be the perfect treat for an outdoor BBQ in blazing heat.
Symphonia: Sum fluxae pretium spei, Carter's big 1990s anthology, started off in blazing fashion with a "Partita" that was absolutely, bracingly stunning, precision horsepower married to a taut, tough sonic clarity.
There were incredible old trees in blazing fall colors, and an immense weeping willow that had us gaping.
How could I turn down a chance to see what is essentially X, one of the great early punk bands, with Dave Alvin blazing away on his gorgeous beat up vanilla colored Stratocaster?
Several U.S. sprinters turned in blazing wind-aided performances, and two U.S. middle-distance runners challenged the best times in the world this year.