blaze away

Also found in: Dictionary, Idioms.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • verb

Synonyms for blaze away

perform (an acting passage) brilliantly and rapidly

shoot rapidly and repeatedly


Related Words

speak with fire and passion

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
"We could have lost everything." A helicopter also water-bombed the fire from the air and a change in wind direction then moved the blaze away.
That experience taught Australia Day plenty of valuable lessons though, and while he was still keen at Kempton next time, he did not blaze away in quite the same style.
We got there at 9.30am for the sing-song which included 'We are minors of the ABC' to the tune of Blaze Away. The manager (Uncle Don) led us in song and other songs appeared on screen with a bouncing ball above the words as the song progressed.
Carter did not blaze away as he famously does in oneday cricket but punched a couple of boundaries through the off-side before perishing in pursuit of a third.
Area residents, meanwhile, were returning to their homes after the evacuation order was lifted, grateful that firefighters on the ground and in the air had deflected the blaze away from the 279 homes and businesses in the area.
They just stand on a driving range and blaze away, sometimes spending more time chatting to their pals than putting in the hard yards anyway.
Morgan was eventually bowled behind his legs by Steven Croft but Malan continued to blaze away and became the first Middlesex player to score a Twenty20 hundred.
Opposite the hospital is a ball park and BMX track which includes many large arc lights which blaze away every night.
A thorough stayer, Lord Of Illusion is also a very sound jumper who likes to blaze away from up front and while that is a tough call in a test as severe as the Hennessy, he could have the others in trouble a fair way out.
Fire crews struggled to keep the blaze away from a diesel storage tank.
Lorries and skips caught fire and fire fighters struggled to keep the blaze away from a diesel tank and avert an explosioin.
A kindhearted little guy just as ready to negotiate for peace as blaze away with hip guns or finger lasers, Atom was created by Osamu Tezuka in 1951 and made the leap from print to TV screens in 1963.
Carpenter made amends in overtime when his shot was tipped in by Chartrand to give Blaze away wins against the second, third and fourth-placed sides in succession.
Blackpool's Illuminations blaze away until November 8 - and Pontin's (tel: 0990 331199) offer special breaks at pounds 15 per person a night full board.
Devils played Coventry Blaze away in their opening challenge match on Wednesday night, while they take on Belfast Giants home and away this weekend.