blazing blazing  /b ˈleɪ zɪŋ/


  1. (n) a strong flame that burns brightly
  2. (adj) shining intensely
  3. (adj) without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious


  1. An expert in Tibetan Buddhism who is blazing a path for African Americans in that philosophy.
  2. And how well she talks, eyes sometimes blazing fiercely when she is attacked.
  3. In Chile, Argentina, Liberia, Germany and around the world, women are not only blazing new trails but bringing others along as well.


  1. Bonnaroo crowds keep cool despite schedule change

    The sun is blazing and the bands are blaring at day two of Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: WSMV Nashville

  2. 'Occupy Wall Street' Filmmakers Claim Iran's TV Authorities Stiffed Them

    Blazing Kat Productions demands at least $250,000 for the filming of American protesters. read more        
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Hollywood Reporter

  3. Fantasy baseball Roundtable: Can Yasiel Puig keep up his blazing pace?

    Fantasy baseball Roundtable: Can Yasiel Puig keep up his blazing pace?
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated


  1. Archbishop Pius Ncube told a gathering of clerics, pro-democracy activists and mostly Western diplomats in Harare on Thursday that, "We must be ready to stand, even in front of blazing guns."
    on Mar 22, 2007 By: Pius Ncube Source: Washington Post

  2. "We just wanted to play as well as we can," Lampard said. "We wanted to start all guns blazing. Last year we had a difficult start and the football we played in the first half today was top drawer. We can build on that. The first half was as...
    on Aug 17, 2008 By: Frank Lampard Source: Times Online

  3. "The funny thing is he's 6-foot-2 but he can run like crazy and then he can stop on a dime," Bailey said. "I mean, you don't see a lot of receivers who can do that with blazing speed like he has."
    on Aug 8, 2007 By: Champ Bailey Source: Forbes

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