Blaze - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a cause of difficulty and suffering (syn: hell)
- noisy and unrestrained mischief (syn: hell)
- a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted (syn: brilliance, glare)
- a light-colored marking
- shoot rapidly and repeatedly
- burn brightly and intensely
- move rapidly and as if blazing
- indicate by marking trees with blazes
The fire blazed away and destroyed the whole hotel.
The plane was seen blazing down behind the hill, where it crashed.
The streets of London blazed with bonfires.
He was blazing with fury.
The sun blazed down on the dry earth.
Mary blazed with anger when she heard how her mother had been treated.
What I have to tell you is widely blazed.
His fame was blazed abroad by the country's newspapers and television.
It took almost 100 firemen to bring the blaze under control.
Helicopters were used to help fight the blaze.
I lit the fire and soon had a cheerful blaze going.
The garden is a blaze of colour at this time of year.
A blaze of anger flashed across his face.
The room was warm, with a fire blazing in the hearth.
A huge truck was advancing towards us, its headlights blazing.
present participle: blazing
past tense: blazed
past participle: blazed