blare


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Idioms.
Related to blare: blear
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • verb
  • noun

Synonyms for blare

Synonyms for blare

to proclaim in a blatantly startling way

Synonyms for blare

a loud harsh or strident noise

Related Words

make a strident sound

Synonyms

make a loud noise

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Renee Blare is a graduate of the University of Wyoming with a degree in pharmacy.
Avoiding the blare of the loudspeakers is the only way to prevent further damage," he said.
What is reported in "Loony Tunes: Bugs blare in software set to music" (SN: 11/30/02, p.
Now, in the fall of 1996, we're hearing the drumbeat roll and the trumpets blare for another enlistment, another engagement.
Slipknot, Dope or Pennywise, among others, blare from your sound system as you race through such locales as the Hawaiian Islands, the Bayou and the Australian Outback.
Most the original Zappa band made it to the garage music room at Allred's west Lancaster home, way out where amplifiers could blare and disturb nothing, except maybe any stray rabbits.
A small glass box, which also acts as an informal exhibition space, forms a decompression zone between the blare of the outside world and the silent inner sanctum of the reading room.
I WAS SITTING recently in the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, listening to the lyrics from Pink Floyd's rock opera, The Wall, blare through the speakers: "We don't need to education
But just then, traffic horns blare, a helicopter hovers overhead, and some guy with a jackhammer is tearing up the road beside you.
A clump of hippeastrum spreads indefatigably in Valley gardens, producing an arresting blare of trumpets that grows louder from one year to the next.