- n a strong flame that burns brightly
- v shine brightly and intensively
- v shoot rapidly and repeatedly
- v burn brightly and intensely
- v move rapidly and as if blazing
- v indicate by marking trees with blazes
- s shining intensely
the blazing sun
- s without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious
a blazing indiscretion
- The physicist Louis de Broglie called Einstein's contributions that year "blazing rockets which in the dark of the night suddenly cast a brief but powerful illumination over an .
- A blazing Borg and a controlled Navratilova take Wimbledon.
- Then great blazing patches of canvas fell.
- Pius Ncube in Washington Post
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."
- Frank Lampard in Times Online
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...
- Champ Bailey in Forbes
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."