from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The art of properly and accurately describing or representing armorial bearings.
- noun A coat of arms.
- noun An ostentatious display.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The art of describing or explaining coats of arms in proper heraldic terms and method.
- noun Emblazonry; decoration in color, as with heraldic devices; brilliant decoration; splendor.
- noun Figuratively, display.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Same as
- noun A coat of arms; an armorial bearing or bearings.
- noun Artistic representation or display.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A
coat of arms; an armorial bearingor bearings.
- noun An artistic representation or display.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the official symbols of a family, state, etc.
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Philippe, son of France, take your place on that bed; Philippe, sole king of France, resume the blazonry which is yours!
The blazonry of the huge escutcheon met and returned the rays with as brilliant a reflection as that lugubrious object was capable of, and the whole apartment looked with
“I understand one sort of blazonry as well as another,” answered Rouge Sanglier boldly, “but it may be we have not the same terms in Germany which you have here in Flanders.”
He had destroyed the remnants of the old peel-house, substituting the modern mansion in its place; and while he reserved the hearth of his ancestors, in memory of their hospitality, as also the, pious motto which they had chanced to assume, he failed not to obliterate the worldly and military emblems displayed upon the shield and helmet, together with all their blazonry.
Have not these the raven and rook, the fox and the fulmart, explained; either because the nature of the birds or beasts bear an individual resemblance to those of the knights who display them on their banners, or otherwise are bodied forth by actual blazonry on their shields, and come openly into the field to ravage and destroy?
She saw a large, empty, shadowy play-house, still redolent of the perfumes and blazonry of the night, and notable for its rich, oriental appearance.
“You are going to court, Master Tressilian,” said he; “you will please remember that your blazonry must be Argent and Or — no other tinctures will pass current.”
Over the steep roof at the other side spread on the dark azure of the night this glorious blazonry of the unfathomable Creator.
And his having the blazonry changed, from the sword-and-atom symbol to the blue crescent.
The shadow of an aircar fell briefly upon them and they looked up and turned their beads in time to see it sink with graceful dignity toward the landing-stage of Karvall House, and he glimpsed its blazonry-sword and atom-symbol, the badge of the ducal house of Ward.