Definition of Blared

1. Verb. (past of blare) ¹



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Definition of Blared

1. blare [v] - See also: blare

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blared

blankity
blankly
blankness
blanknesses
blanks
blanky
blanquet
blanquets
blanquette
blanquettes
blanquillo
blanquillos
blanscue
blare
blare out
blared (current term)
blares
blarg
blaring
blarings
blarmed
blarney
blarneyed
blarneying
blarneys
blas
blase
blaseness
blash
blashes

Literary usage of Blared

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1. The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the (1844)
"blared his intention to exonerate the tut after a careful consideration of which were executed on the ..."

2. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1887)
"When it was read the trumpets blared and the spears clashed down as usual, but I saw some of the lords turn and whisper to each other while Nasta ground his ..."

3. The Principles of Rhetoric: With Constructive and Critical Work in Composition by Elizabeth Hill Spalding (1905)
"I thought again of some chance of escape; perhaps the Emperor might relent, for we were brothers; but the trumpets blared ..."

4. Reading and Speaking: Familiar Talks to Young Men who Would Speak Well in Public by Brainard Gardner Smith (1891)
"The band blared sadly, Dan declared. (Not, The ban blared) t, as in taunt, tent, test, tight, tift. 1. Tie taut the tent, and test it. (Not, tes tit. ..."

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