Definition of Outblazing
1. outblaze [v] - See also: outblaze
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Literary usage of Outblazing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Euripides by Euripides (1912)
"(Ant. 2) And flamed in the midst of the buckler outblazing The orb of the Sun-god, his heaven-track riding On the car after coursers wing-wafted on-racing. ..."
2. The Victrola Book of the Opera by Samuel Holland Rous, Victor Talking Machine Company (1919)
"... Mezzo-Soprano, and Chorus SLAVE GIRLS: Our songs his glory praising, Heavenward waft a name Whose deeds the sun outblazing Eclipse his dazzling flame. ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1883)
"These reflections are suggested by a paper read at the Chemical Society by Mr. Richard Cowper, who finds that the display of this metallic outblazing in ..."
4. The Nineteenth Century (1885)
"... by four intensely bright lines, belonging to the intensely hot gases from which the greater part of that remote sun's light came during its outblazing. ..."
5. The Foundations of a National Drama: A Collection of Lectures, Essays and by Henry Arthur Jones (1913)
"... birds, and insects from creation onwards, of outblazing and dominating his female by the splendour of his raiment, coat, skin, fur, or feathers. ..."
6. The Complaint; Or, Night Thoughts. by Edward Young (1813)
"If, in his love, so terrible, what then His wrath inflamed ? his tenderness on fire; •Like soft, smooth oil, outblazing other fires ? ..."
7. A Compendious History of English Literature, and of the English Language by George Lillie Craik (1861)
"... displays on the impeachment of Hastings, and his writings, outblazing everything he had before produced, on the French revolution. ..."