A stream of gas or vapor emitting light and heat in the process of combustion; a bright flame.
- A brilliant burst of fire; a flame.
- A destructive fire.
- A bright or steady light or glare: the blaze of the desert sun.
- A brilliant, striking display: flowers that were a blaze of color.
- A sudden outburst, as of emotion: a blaze of anger.
- Used as an intensive: Where in blazes are my keys?
- To burn with a bright flame.
- To shine brightly.
- To be resplendent: a garden blazing with flowers.
- To flare up suddenly: My neighbor's temper blazed.
- To shoot rapidly and continuously: Machine guns blazed.
- To shine or be resplendent with: eyes that blazed hatred.
- A white or light-colored spot or stripe on the face of an animal, such as a horse.
- A mark cut or painted on a tree to indicate a trail.
- To mark (a tree) with or as if with blazes.
- To indicate (a trail) by marking trees with blazes.
- To make known publicly; proclaim: Headlines blazed the news.