blare


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Synonyms for blare

Synonyms for blare

to proclaim in a blatantly startling way

Synonyms for blare

a loud harsh or strident noise

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make a strident sound

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make a loud noise

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About Blare Blare (Blare LeVoir) was born in Caracas, Venezuela April 2, grew up in Dallas, Texas and relocated to Los Angeles, Calif in 2013.
Avoiding the blare of the loudspeakers is the only way to prevent further damage," he said.
DALLAS, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Pop music artist, singer, songwriter and dancer Blare LeVoir released his most innovative new single today, "Digital Kiss.
A clump of hippeastrum spreads indefatigably in Valley gardens, producing an arresting blare of trumpets that grows louder from one year to the next.
Kuma's starting point is nature, a cherished commodity in the manmade dislocation and blare of modern Tokyo; specifically the zelkova trees, some as tall as 15m high, that line Omotesando boulevard.
Velasco dispersed his dancers in fascinating, unpredictable patterns--but always in perfect complement to the whine and blare of the score.
But just then, traffic horns blare, a helicopter hovers overhead, and some guy with a jackhammer is tearing up the road beside you.
Refined in its detailing and elemental in its use of materials, the Irish pavilion is a cool, tranquil cave providing refuge from the blare and bustle of the Expo site.
Alongside the lustful ostentation that enlivens the band's second album, Without You I'm Nothing, comes an ambiguity that's even more challenging than the band's mix of guitar blare and high drama.
All participants have the option of submitting for an evaluation, free of charge, or paying a nominal fee to receive a guaranteed video response directly from Blare himself.
DALLAS, July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The much anticipated debut single of pop music artist, Blare LeVoir was released today.