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Adjective: blazing  bley-zing
  1. Shining intensely
    "the blazing sun";
    - blinding, dazzling, fulgent [literary], glaring, glary
  2. Without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious
    "a blazing indiscretion";
    - blatant, conspicuous
  3. [Brit, informal] (of an argument) fierce and acrimonious
    "I had a blazing row with my niece"
Noun: blazing  bley-zing
  1. A strong fire that burns brightly
    - blaze
Verb: blaze  bleyz
  1. Shine brightly and intensively
    "Meteors blazed across the atmosphere"
  2. Shoot rapidly and repeatedly
    "He blazed away at the men";
    - blaze away
  3. Burn brightly and intensely
    "The summer sun alone can cause a pine to blaze"
  4. Move rapidly and as if blazing
    "The spaceship blazed out into space";
    - blaze out
  5. Indicate by marking trees with blazes
    "blaze a trail"

See also: bright, burn up, unconcealed

Type of: beam, blast, burn, combust, depart, fire, flame, flaming, mark, part, set forth, set off, set out, shine, shoot, start, start out, take off

Encyclopedia: Blazing

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