verb (used without object), blared, blar·ing.
verb (used with object), blared, blar·ing.
Origin of blare
Examples from the Web for blaring
Medusa-emblazoned harnesses, stylish rock concert tees, and blaring rap music.
The two go out on a first date to a hip restaurant with blaring music.Julia Louis-Dreyfus On ‘Enough Said,’ James Gandolfini’s Last Leading Role|Marlow Stern|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Top-40 music is blaring and the crowd, most of whom are standing, is young, modish, and easy on the eyes.Inside Beacher's Madhouse, L.A.'s Craziest Nightclub|Marlow Stern|June 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But if your preferred policy can only be advanced by concealing relevant facts, isn't that a blaring warning of a bad policy?
Gary asks over the speakers, blaring music in half pipes, echoing into the midnight air.
A radio was blaring down the street and faint wisps of what it was blurting floated to Mr. Chambers.The Street That Wasn't There|Clifford Donald Simak
The old-time soldier had his red coat and his bands, blaring encouragingly.Life in a Tank|Richard Haigh
From Norhala came a single cry—resonant, blaring like a wrathful, golden trumpet.The Metal Monster|A. Merritt
Through the tumult, the blaring horns thrilled like pulse-beats.The Ward of King Canute|Ottilie A. Liljencrantz
Swing music was blaring from the radio set in the mess when Stan Wilson entered.A Yankee Flier with the R.A.F.|Rutherford G. Montgomery