Definition of Emblazoner

1. n. One who emblazons; also, one who publishes and displays anything with pomp.



Definition of Emblazoner

1. Noun. Someone who emblazons. ¹

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Definition of Emblazoner

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emblazoner

embittering
embitterment
embitterments
embitters
emblanch
emblanched
emblanching
emblaze
emblazed
emblazer
emblazers
emblazes
emblazing
emblazon
emblazoned
emblazoner (current term)
emblazoners
emblazoning
emblazonings
emblazonment
emblazonments
emblazonries
emblazonry
emblazons
emblem
emblema
emblemata
emblematic
emblematical
emblematically

Literary usage of Emblazoner

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1. Handbook of Heraldry: With Instructions for Tracing Pedigrees and by John Edwin Cussans (1893)
"In delineating Animals, the modern emblazoner should neither be too anxious to represent them with such scrupulous exactness as though they ..."

2. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1865)
"... my young days thinking that there must be some error in the rendering, and fancying it to mean “ an emblazoner or a bricklayer,” or builder at the best. ..."

3. A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"One who appropriates to himself what is received in trust for another. emblazoner, (em-bla'-zn-er) n. ». One who publishes in a pompous manner ; a herald ..."

4. Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprising Biographical by John Nichols, Samuel Bentley (1814)
"Joseph Edmondson, esq. apprenticed to a barber, wa» afterwards an herald-painter, and emblazoner of arms on carriages. He was a respectable man; ..."

5. The Seven Against Thebes by Aeschylus, Thomas George Tucker (1908)
"No poor craftsman must the emblazoner have been who enriched his shield with work like this — Typhon, sending from fire-breathing mouth a murky smoke, ..."

6. The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters and Sculptors by ALLAN. CUNNINGHAM (1834)
"... as the records of Henry III. tell us, carpenter, mason, glazier, house-painter, gilder, emblazoner, embroiderer, upholsterer, and tailor. ..."

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