emblazon[ em-bley-zuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF emblazon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBLAZON
Emblazon upon your backs and breast the Red Lily of his House!
I shall have to trace out its genealogy and emblazon its shield.
And Britain will emblazon their names on its roll of honour—this man and that man has died for her.
To commit a crime and emblazon it, there is the sum total of history.
She has a right to emblazon all that will honour her deceased husband.
And, if not, why emblazon it within the tabernacle of prayer, with all the circumstances of grace and of grandeur around it?
Who shall say that his name shall not emblazon the brightest page of our history?
Yes, Hubert was now an esquire; now he had a right to carry a shield and emblazon it with the arms of Walderne.
They carve them on door-posts and pillars, and emblazon them on the walls and ceilings in gilt letters.
One of these had even pried a bar aside in a not entirely successful endeavour to emblazon his name in the protected area.