Blared



to emit a loud, raucous sound:
The trumpets blared as the procession got under way.
to sound loudly; proclaim noisily:
We sat there horrified as the radio blared the awful news.
a loud, raucous noise:
The blare of the band made conversation impossible.
glaring intensity of light or color:
A blare of sunlight flooded the room as she opened the shutters.
fanfare; flourish; ostentation; flamboyance:
a new breakfast cereal proclaimed with all the blare of a Hollywood spectacle.
Eastern New England. the bawl of a calf.
Contemporary Examples

Angelina Jolie: I’m Not Adopting Again Howard Kurtz February 10, 2011
Rick’s Still Beating Mitt Michael Tomasky September 22, 2011
The Right Subjects Wendy Davis to Litmus Tests No Male Would Ever Face Kirsten Powers January 23, 2014
How Wendy Davis Became America’s Conscience on Abortion Keli Goff February 17, 2014
Behind the Krokodil Panic Abby Haglage November 6, 2013

Historical Examples

Heart of the Blue Ridge Waldron Baily
The Dop Doctor Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
The Pirates of Ersatz Murray Leinster
Mountain Clement Wood
Roden’s Corner Henry Seton Merriman

verb
to sound loudly and harshly
to proclaim loudly and sensationally
noun
a loud and usually harsh or grating noise
v.

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