Definition of Blaze out
1. Verb. Move rapidly and as if blazing. "The spaceship blazed out into space"
Generic synonyms: Depart, Part, Set Forth, Set Off, Set Out, Start, Start Out, Take Off
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Literary usage of Blaze out
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Adventures of a Woman Hobo by Ethel Lynn (1917)
"... oranges blaze out in golden glory against the dark green foliage of the thrifty groves; the deep blue of the cloudless sky seems infinite in depth; ..."
2. The Tyro's Greek and English Lexicon: Or a Compendium in English of the by John Jones, Christian Tobias Damm, Friedrich Wilhelm Struz, Johann Friedrich Schleusner, Johann Schweighäuser (1825)
"oí/, o, ij, free from again in a flame—blaze out, Mosch. 4. 1O3. pain or sorrow—unfeeling, cruel, Hipp. 1386. ..."
3. Dictionary of Americanisms: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded by John Russell Bartlett (1877)
"To blaze or blaze out. To designate by blazing (see the preceding article); ... Champollion died in 1832. having done little more than blaze out the road to ..."
4. The General Stud Book Containing Pedigrees of English Race Horses, &c. &c by J. S. Skinner (1834)
"... by Blaze—out of imported Jenny Cameron. J. Tayloe. ZING ANEE, by Sir A ri-hy—imported Chance—imported ..."