blaze


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the visible signs of combustion

an intense blinding light

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to undergo combustion

to emit a bright light

to be projected with blinding intensity

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a strong flame that burns brightly

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a cause of difficulty and suffering

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a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted

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a light-colored marking

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shine brightly and intensively

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shoot rapidly and repeatedly

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burn brightly and intensely

move rapidly and as if blazing

indicate by marking trees with blazes

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References in classic literature ?
With resolute bravado, however, he snatched them from his nose, and fixed a bold stare full upon the ruddy blaze of the Great Carbuncle.
No," said his bride, "for how could we live by day, or sleep by night, in this awful blaze of the Great Carbuncle
Each pendent twig and leafy festoon was in a blaze.
They did so; and, by the blaze of the hell-kindled torches, the wretched man beheld his Faith, and the wife her husband, trembling before that unhallowed altar.
You've two horses in for the Wessex Cup--Silver Blaze and Bayard.
In this bag I have one of the boots which Straker wore, one of Fitzroy Simpson's shoes, and a cast horseshoe of Silver Blaze.
His sufferings had already continued for the space of forty hours, and, as the doctor had supposed, he was to have perished in the blaze of the noonday sun.
He saw the blaze of the fire, Kloo- kooch cooking, and Grey Beaver squatting on his hams and mumbling a chunk of raw tallow.
They still piled the brushwood round the base of the tower, and gambolled hand in hand around the blaze, screaming out the doggerel lines which had long been the watchword of the Jacquerie:
One small blaze, blue or green, is enough to reduce me to an ash-heap.
Presently the ruddy sheen of a great fire filtered through the foliage to him ahead, and when Tarzan came to a halt in the trees near it, he saw a party of half a dozen black warriors huddled close to the blaze.
At the end of upright spear-shafts the long tufts of dyed horse-hair waved crimson and filmy in the gust of wind; and beyond the blaze of hedges the brook of limpid quick water ran invisible and loud under the drooping grass of the bank, with a great murmur, passionate and gentle.
Some searched the drawers, the chests, the boxes, writing-desks, and closets, for jewels, plate, and money; while others, less mindful of gain and more mad for destruction, cast their whole contents into the courtyard without examination, and called to those below, to heap them on the blaze.
The deep red blaze sent forth a rich glow, that penetrated into the farthest corner of the room, and cast its cheerful tint on every face.
But he said nothing after offering his Blue Blazes observation, until the glasses of rum-and-water were brought; and then he made his shot, and a most extraordinary shot it was.