[em-bley-zuh n-muh nt]
Origin of emblazonment
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Examples from the Web for emblazonment
Throughout the medival ages, the word devise formed the generic term for every species of emblazonment.
Each quarter of the city had an emperor, lords, and dignitaries, each of whom carried his banner or emblazonment.Fra Bartolommeo and Andrea D'Agnolo
And shall I count it unworthy to pass these few in-door hours of rain in the emblazonment of their titles?
Seest thou how the twin plumes straighten on his crest, and his father's own emblazonment already marks him for upper air?The Aeneid of Virgil
He was by this time ashamed of the emblazonment of his poetic effort upon the cliff.The Mermaid