verb (used with object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM emblazonem·bla·zon·er, nounun·em·bla·zoned, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for emblazon
Sheets of photocollage-emblazoned fabric hang in midair, and a girl’s 3-D braids hang from an otherwise flat photograph, also imprinted on cloth.In the galleries: Personal and political perspectives on the past|Mark Jenkins|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
“No means no,” reads a pair of lacy underwear, while “Consent is Sexy,” and, “Respect,” emblazon others.Pink Loves Consent: an Anti-Rape Victoria’s Secret Spoof That’s Gone Viral|Misty White Sidell|December 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There is perhaps a reference to the sense of emblazon, which is from M.E. blazen, to blaze abroad, to proclaim.Milton's Comus|John Milton
When two hundred years have taken all these natural pains to illustrate and emblazon 'Richard Oglethorpe 1613.'Doctor Grimshawe's Secret|Nathaniel Hawthorne
She has a right to emblazon all that will honour her deceased husband.The Manual of Heraldry; Fifth Edition|Anonymous
Yes, Hubert was now an esquire; now he had a right to carry a shield and emblazon it with the arms of Walderne.The House of Walderne|A. D. Crake
They carve them on door-posts and pillars, and emblazon them on the walls and ceilings in gilt letters.