Emblazon vs Emblaze - What's the difference?

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Emblazon is a related term of emblaze.


In lang=en terms the difference between emblazon and emblaze

is that emblazon is to celebrate or extol as with deeds or merit while emblaze is to adorn with glittering embellishments; cause to glitter or shine.

As verbs the difference between emblazon and emblaze

is that emblazon is to adorn with prominent markings while emblaze is to kindle; set ablaze.

emblazon

English

Verb

(en verb)
  • To adorn with prominent markings.
  • To inscribe upon.
  • The benefactor's image is emblazoned on our memory.
  • (heraldry) To draw (a coat of arms).
  • To celebrate or extol as with deeds or merit.
  • Derived terms

    * emblazoner * emblazonment

    emblaze

    English

    Verb

    (emblaz)
  • To kindle; set ablaze.
  • To adorn with glittering embellishments; cause to glitter or shine.
  • (poetic) To illuminate; to etch or display in a bright, fiery way; blazon.
  • * 1915 , Robert Tuttle Morris, Doctors Versus Folks
  • When a window screen is emblazed with a pretty design, one cannot look into the room beyond because of arrest of vision by the figure upon the screen.
  • * 1997 , Delerium (band), Euphoria (Firefly) (song)
  • This feeling emblazed inside. / Every nerve like a firefly.