Top-40 music is blaring and the crowd, most of whom are standing, is young, modish, and easy on the eyes.
Then, around 8:30, every alarm went off, all of them blaring at the same time.
The two go out on a first date to a hip restaurant with blaring music.
Earbuds are everywhere, and by no means are all of them blaring music.
Medusa-emblazoned harnesses, stylish rock concert tees, and blaring rap music.
There was a blaring band and much noise and laughter from all the pleasure-people.
The teams had marched out on the field, preceded by a blaring band.
I played it on the piano, and guessed the playing of it on full orchestras and blaring bands.
The old-time soldier had his red coat and his bands, blaring encouragingly.
Inside the room, we made connection with a newscaster's blaring voice.
late 14c., bleren "to wail," possibly from an unrecorded Old English *blæren, or from Middle Dutch bleren "to bleat, cry, bawl, shout." Probably echoic, either way. Related: Blared; blaring. As a noun from 1809, from the verb.