[ em-bley-zuh n ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Its sides were emblazoned with escutcheons, insignia and other paraphernalia.

Grief was written on the brow; more than written, it was emblazoned.

Saint Ursula's monogram was emblazoned large upon her sleeve.

Henceforward her name was to be emblazoned on the scroll of his family tree!

Resolved, That the same be emblazoned in an escutcheon of pretence.

It was emblazoned with the arms of the lords of Orley, without a bend sinister.

His arms are emblazoned in the Hall of the Grocers' Company.

The pommel of the sword, as was customary, is emblazoned with the arms of the owner.

But their names will be emblazoned on Australia's roll of honour.

I looked, and emblazoned on its polished blade, read the word virtue!