All Noun Verb
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  • If any more want to come they can go to blazes for me. Cited from On the Track, by Henry Lawson
  • First one and then another got up under our quarter, and blazed away at us. Cited from Will Weatherhelm, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Fire services took two hours to get the blaze under control.
  • Yet while his power remained, he no longer possessed his blazing speed.
  • In less than five minutes the first party was on its way to the blazed tree. Cited from The Boy Land Boomer, by Ralph Bonehill
  • This forces the Blaze to start most games later than any team in professional ball.
  • "So that is what you brought me out here to tell me!" she blazed. Cited from Ben Blair, by Will Lillibridge
  • All blazes round him now, when he has once struck on it, into fire like his own. Cited from Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, by Thomas Carlyle
  • What is there any better than blazes for me to go to? Cited from The Letter of the Contract, by Basil King
  • One of them did, so the fire blazed up -- which was just what we wanted. Cited from Pluck on the Long Trail, by Edwin L. Sabin
  • And how far might these blazes and flames go, when once they set out? Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 18, April, 1859, by Various
  • You can break like blazes if only you land on it. Cited from Mike and Psmith, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • One third of the main stand was damaged in the early morning blaze.
  • He set fire to his office and died in the blaze.
  • His eyes blazed with a fire never seen in them before. Cited from The Kentucky Ranger, by Edward T. Curnick
  • The blazing fire which they kept up served to dry their clothes. Cited from The Three Admirals, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • His eyes blazed, but the rest of it was as if he had been dead. Cited from Fairies and Folk of Ireland, by William Henry Frost
  • I've told him that he would set it to blazing with that light of his. Cited from The Tale of Betsy Butterfly, by Arthur Scott Bailey
  • In spite of the blazing fire we kept up all night, we felt the cold greatly. Cited from In New Granada, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • We came out with all guns blazing in the second half.
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Meaning of blaze

  • noun A strong flame that burns brightly
    the blaze spread rapidly
  • noun A light-colored marking
    they chipped off bark to mark the trail with blazes, the horse had a blaze between its eyes
  • verb Shine brightly and intensively
    Meteors blazed across the atmosphere
  • verb Burn brightly and intensely
    The summer sun alone can cause a pine to blaze
  • verb Move rapidly and as if blazing
    The spaceship blazed out into space
  • verb Indicate by marking trees with blazes
    blaze a trail