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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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Songs including On the Road Again, Stand By Your Man, Leaving on a Jet Plane and Don't It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue blared out from the stationary car.
Suddenly, Universe Gains 40 Billion More Galaxies," blared the Jan.
The float was a pickup truck made to look like a train, pulling a trailer full of fake rocks as rock music blared from speakers.
As he was speaking, the radio blared again, signaling a flare-up off Interstate 5.
On Saturday, the cheerleaders-in-training warmed up with jumping jacks as Kelly Clarkson's ``Since You've Been Gone'' blared through the speakers.
It's too big for my daughter,'' commented Placida Ruiz, 49, of San Fernando, holding up a bright pink cardigan as a cumbia blared from a nearby boombox.
PDT - the moment the first plane hit the World Trade Center - sirens on public safety vehicles blared for three minutes, 60 seconds for each of the three crash sites.
The clubhouse television blared the voice of ESPN's Peter Gammons, who was reporting that Murphy apparently had been traded from Florida to the Dodgers in a blockbuster deal.
Barry Jones had just dug into an icy ridge near the Changjin Reservoir in Korea when the night blared with the sound of Chinese bugles.
Along with Shaq, who played at being the Italian gangster capo di tutti in his black fedora, white tie and black suit, were All-Stars Tim Duncan, Jermaine O'Neal, Ray Allen and Tracy McGrady, who all seemed to be enjoying the raucous hip-hop and rap tunes that blared in the packed main party room, just off the famous Grotto.
One woman even blared her horn when my brothers got out of their van to help
The marquee outside the main entrance to College of the Canyons this week blared the words ``MUST SEE FOOTBALL,'' with the Cougars' showdown tonight at 7 against Palomar listed below for all to see.
The video screen was angled so that only jurors could see the tapes, but the television blared the sound of victims - one of them just 15 - crying out as they were raped.
Truckers passing on the Golden State Freeway blared their support as they neared Young's post, although she'd complied with a request by the California Highway Patrol to remove signs asking drivers to honk their horns in support.
As mariachi music blared over the loudspeaker, children crowded around cowboys on horseback wearing chaps and sombreros and teen-age boys milled among rows of classic low-rider cars.