Then a tawdry banner was lowered suddenly between two poles, but not before Miss Torrance had seen part of the blazoned legend.
"The Cattle-Baron's Daughter" by Harold Bindloss
And haughtily the trumpets peal, and gaily dance the bells, As slow upon the labouring wind the royal blazon swells.
"The Children's Garland from the Best Poets" by Various
I knelt down and tried to decipher the blazon in the moonlight.
"Border Ghost Stories" by Howard Pease
At Blazon Lodge how different!
"The Boarding School" by Unknown
The redoubtable Wimp, who had been blazoned as my successor, fell back on the theory of suicide.
"The Big Bow Mystery" by I. Zangwill
Blazon your wrong as you esteem it; ask sympathy of those who see not as I see; reproach, defy, lament.
"Moods" by Louisa May Alcott
The correct blazon, I believe, would be: Or, an eagle double-headed, displayed sable, dimidiated, and impaling gu.
"Notes and Queries, Number 223, February 4, 1854" by Various
They were probably quite old, since they bore simple blazons.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
Her lips so mute, refuse The deed to blazon.
"The Metamorphoses of Publius Ovidus Naso in English blank verse Vols. I & II" by Ovid
His shield is blazon'd with three Turkish heads.
"The Indian Princess" by James Nelson Barker
I'll blazon it in the press.
"Thurston of Orchard Valley" by Harold Bindloss
And the scandal would travel with her, whispered by tourists, blazoned by newspapers.
"The Innocent Adventuress" by Mary Hastings Bradley
To tell it to Lady Lawson was to blazon it out to the world at large, and that was more than she could bear.
"East of the Shadows" by Mrs. Hubert Barclay
And in her features were blazoned, at times, all the love and joy and strength that her life had gathered.
"In the Heart of a Fool" by William Allen White
Other wagons, blazoned with red and gold, followed.
"The Tale of Old Dog Spot" by Arthur Scott Bailey
What would the public think of a man who had been so taken in by fraud, and had blazoned it to the world.
"The Come Back" by Carolyn Wells
The scandal of his marriage was blazoned in newspapers and pamphlets.
"Andrew Jackson" by William Garrott Brown
I did not want to blazon forth my shame.
"Under False Pretences" by Adeline Sergeant
One of the stained glass windows is blazoned with the arms of the Templars.
"Old and New London" by Walter Thornbury
He came to a corner where a lamp post already lit blazoned the name Madison.
"The "Genius"" by Theodore Dreiser
No changing Norman titles,
To hide your English name—
But the better one of freemen,
With its blazoning of fame.
"Our Summons" by Ernest Jones
"Temples of Honor," all,
"Social," or grand, or great,
This blazoned, brilliant temperance hall
To Thee we dedicate.
"Dedication Of A Temperance Hall" by Mary Baker Eddy
What matter whose the hillside grave,
Or whose the blazoned stone?
Forever to her western wave
Shall whisper blue Garonne!
"The Countess" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Laugh your best, O blazoned forests,
Me ye shall not shift or shame
With your beauty: here among you
Man hath set his spear of flame.
"The Lamp Post" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton
You blazon me with jewelled insignia.
A flaming nebula
Rims in my life. And yet
The word upon me, unconfessed
To go unguessed.
"Apology" by Amy Lowell
And lo! the starry folds reveal
The blazoned truth we hold so dear
To guard is better than to heal,--
The shield is nobler than the spear!
"For The Meeting Of The National Sanitary Association" by Oliver Wendell Holmes