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  • n. The act of blazoning.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The act of blazoning; blazoning; emblazonment.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of blazoning; emblazonment.


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blazon +‎ -ment


  • Each morning of that Indian summer the skies were as soft, the sun as grateful, the leaves as gorgeous in their blazonment, yet each morning an infinitesimal something that had hen there the day before was lacking, and for it an infinitesimal something had hen substituted.

    The Silent Places

  • In spite of decency, in spite of feminine decorum, she had intended to give him a little shove into the path that should lead him, still innocently, to her own blazonment as a woman who could have her little triumphs like the rest.

    Country Neighbors

  • "I know well enough where your father's office is, but you are the one I wanted to see," he said; and he gave her the round-cornered card with its blazonment of his name and employment.

    The Price

  • Perhaps the person least complacently disposed toward him at that moment was Lady Mallinger, to whom going in procession up this country-dance with Grandcourt was a blazonment of herself as the infelicitous wife who had produced nothing but daughters, little better than no children, poor dear things, except for her own fondness and for Sir Hugo's wonderful goodness to them.

    Daniel Deronda


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