from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To blaze more brightly than; outshine.
  • To blaze out; to burst from within.
  • n. A blazing out, literally or figuratively.


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  • He was all in the wrong, no doubt -- a rebel against his king, and an apostate from the church of his country; but he was the same Richard with whom she had played all her childhood, whom her mother had loved, and between whom and herself had never fallen shadow before that cast by the sudden outblaze of the star of childish preference into the sun of youthful love.

    St. George and St. Michael Volume II


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