verb (used with object), em·blazed, em·blaz·ing.
to illuminate, as by a blaze.
Origin of emblaze1
verb (used with object), em·blazed, em·blaz·ing. Archaic.
Origin of emblaze2
First recorded in 1625–35
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Related Words for emblazebedeck, exaggerate, gild, overstate, festoon, embroider, adorn, trim, magnify, deck, color, enrich, elaborate, ornament, beautify, enhance, array, garnish, fudge, grace
verb (tr) archaic
to cause to light up; illuminate
to set fire to
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