blazonry

[ bley-zuh n-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF blazonry
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There is much Spanish blazonry also, if I could but read it.

Pathetic summer seeks by blazonry Of color to conceal her swift decrease.

Blazonry—the representation of any heraldic Figure, Device, or Composition.

The heavens, with their blazonry, were to him as pictured parchments.

This post, with its empty frame, was as significant as the art of blazonry could have made it.

It is there that the great flag waves with all the blazonry of the race.

Now the iris has taken up the blazonry of the year, and the tide of the tourists ebbs westward.

In one of the towers there was a room whose ceiling was painted a royal blue over-strewn with exquisite gold tracery and blazonry.

His robes became him fiercely, and the blazonry of his colors even frightened her a little.

Glorious and soul-stirring was the Durbar itself with all the pomp of heraldry and blazonry of colour.

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