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Emblazon   Listen
Emblazon  v. t.  (past & past part. emblazoned; pres. part. emblazoning)  
To depict or represent; said of heraldic bearings. See Blazon.
To deck in glaring colors; to set off conspicuously; to display pompously; to decorate. "The walls were... emblazoned with legends in commemoration of the illustrious pair."

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"Emblazon" Quotes from Famous Books

... good-natured lady, interspersing her commands with a volley of sixteenth century Billingsgate, and ending by declaring that nothing fared well without her, and hurrying off to pounce down on the luckless damsels who had let their dog play with the embroidery yarn destined to emblazon the tapestry of Chatsworth with the achievements of Juno. The good nature was so far veritable that when she found little harm done, and had vented her wrath in strong language and boxes on the ear, she would forget her sentence ...
— Unknown to History - A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scotland • Charlotte M. Yonge

Words linked to "Emblazon" :   art, embellish, decorate, artistic creation, color, artistic production, adorn, grace, miniate, beautify, colour, ornament, blazon

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