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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of emblazon.

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Examples

  • The word emblazoned on the drummer's T-shirts said it big and proud: "FLAWLESS."

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  • There was champagne, gifts, his name emblazoned on the side of a Boeing 747.

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  • Bachmann has been riding around Iowa in her bus, with Elvis music and her name emblazoned 25 times on the outside, mocking Obama for going to Camp David last weekend and burrowing in, while the country was roiling.

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  • The same women offered you aquariums and ant farms, pinned-up drawings with your name emblazoned, model alphabets, mysterious charts of other names on which a few children had rows of gold stars while many had none.

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  • A tomato from Argentina, for example, might have a label emblazoned with the name of the country, information about the 6000+ miles it took to deliver the produce, and the total carbon emissions of the tomato's journey.

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  • One way to accomplish that would be by encouraging the world’s most famous daredevil to fly his own biplane with his name emblazoned on it.

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  • His red pin emblazoned with the golden head of Mao proudly hung on his left chest.

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  • She said Mr. Hoffman was wearing a baseball cap and black Adidas shorts and was shooting the breeze with some fellow dads during the awards ceremony when young Tallulah, in a T-shirt with her name emblazoned on it, was called up to claim a winning ribbon.

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  • In one incident, Darren is caught on CCTV wearing a t-shirt with his name emblazoned on the front.

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  • When the door opened, Ayer was wearing another, even frumpier suit, blue this time, with the Synapsis label emblazoned in a garish red.

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