Charismatic and youthful, Seung was wearing shiny gold sneakers and a blazer with metal studs on the back.
The blazer was tossed aside and, clad in just his tuxedo T-shirt, he performed his recent hit single, “Suit & Tie.”
James Kotecki is living proof that anyone with a webcam, a blazer, and a tiny room can become a star pundit.
In a blazer and dress shirt open at the collar, he was cool and measured, surely belying a famous inner rage.
Ms. Walters, looking lovely in a vintage Bill Blass blazer and pencil skirt, seemed reluctant at first to pile on.
Put the butter in the blazer, and, when it melts, put the lobster into it and cook four or five minutes.
I expected, from my knowledge of your conduct, that you would come and try and get the blazer.
As soon as the boiling-point is reached, set the blazer into the hot-water pan and add the eggs cut in quarters.
My hand went to the pocket of my blazer where I had a little revolver.
What made ye set your mind on the thought that a Whitney kil't blazer?
"bright-colored jacket," 1880, British university slang, from blaze (n.1), in reference to the red flannel jackets worn by the Lady Margaret, St. John College, Cambridge, boating club. Earlier it had been used in American English in the sense "something which attracts attention" (1845).