blare blare  /b ˈlɛr/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a loud harsh or strident noise
  2. (v) make a strident sound
  3. (v) make a loud noise

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Return of Saturn has lyrics that are accessibly vague, music that pushes the listener--though not too much--and singles primed to blare from a car stereo.
  2. If the scientific underpinnings of Aryanism were flimsy, the fact was obscured in the dust of marching feet, the blare of bands, the drip of blood.
  3. They picked up a North Korean station and got the brassy blare of a Sousa march.

News

  1. The secrets behind baseball's walk-up music

    Giants, A's and longtime custodians of baseball entertainment provide their insights into the songs that blare over stadium loudspeakers across an entire nation.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Contra Costa Times

  2. MLB: The secrets behind baseball's walk-up music

    Giants, A's and longtime custodians of baseball entertainment provide their insights into the songs that blare over stadium loudspeakers across an entire nation.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Willits News

Quotes

  1. Keys said the contrast worked well: "It's kind of his dark style that I'm able to join into. Then there's my kind of belting, strong, soulful harmonies that blare up - so we were both able to throw our mixes in there and create the gumbo."
    on Oct 8, 2008 By: Alicia Keys Source: Sky News

  2. "The sax is a loud, blare-y instrument," said A-Teamer Bob Moore. "But Boots had a way of playing something that would fit with the style and the mood of the song. Whatever he came up with was always outstanding."
    on Jul 3, 2007 By: Bob Moore Source: Dickson Herald

  3. Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio began to weep as fellow GOP Rep. Sam Johnson of Texas talked about how when he was a Vietnam prisoner of war, "our captors would blare horrible recordings over the loudspeaker of Americans protesting back...
    on Feb 18, 2007 By: John Boehner Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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