Synonyms for blaring
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLARING
Inside the room, we made connection with a newscaster's blaring voice.
The teams had marched out on the field, preceded by a blaring band.
The old-time soldier had his red coat and his bands, blaring encouragingly.
It was a mingling of cries, of blaring of brass and bursting of rockets.
Through the tumult, the blaring horns thrilled like pulse-beats.
There was a blaring band and much noise and laughter from all the pleasure-people.
They came in crowds about this house, with flaming 149 torches and blaring bands, howling their windy homage.
The days of black sky, blaring stars and flaming Sun, with no atmosphere to diffuse the daylight.
It is a pandemonium; and one has to be habituated to distinguish the notes of one blaring band from the others.
The major's blaring notes would cross-cut Devore's nerves as with a dull and haggling saw.
mid-15c., from present participle of blare. Of things other than sounds, from 1866.