blazer

All Noun
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  • For official events both, girls and boys, must wear a navy blue blazer.
  • The show became the trail blazer and many followed its foot step.
  • If water or stock be used, put it in the blazer directly over the fire. Cited from Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing-Dish Dainties, by Janet McKenzie Hill
  • Non-blazer days will enable students to take them off when going around and to/from school.
  • In summer, students will be told when non-blazer days are.
  • Usually they are not allowed to take their blazers off unless told in lessons.
  • In the summer, blazers can be taken off but must be worn in all other seasons.
  • With that, the Blazers won the game and took away the home-court advantage.
  • We are the trail blazers and our best is yet to come.
  • All students must wear their blazer around the school site.
  • Next season, he signed a long-term contract to stay with the Trail Blazers.
  • Despite a rough early season, things actually improved for the Blazers towards the end.
  • A special cap, tie and blazer did not come into use until the second and third terms.
  • Members of the band class do have the opportunity to play at Blazer athletic events.
  • At the end of the contract, the Blazers cut him; he played in one game for them.
  • The Blazers have set several team and individual league records.
  • One other long-time fixture with the Blazers left the team as well.
  • He also holds several single-season records for the Blazers.
  • The Blazers would also make their first ever bowl appearance.
  • Blazer and tie are not required during the summer terms for girls.
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Words starting with blazer

Meaning of blazer

  • noun Lightweight single-breasted jacket; often striped in the colors of a club or school