You should have kept them a secret and not blazoned your generosity to the whole world.
"The Music Master" by Charles Klein
It was also yellow painted, and bore a carrier in front blazoned with the name of a Northbourne Italian Warehouseman.
"The Man Who Lost Himself" by H. De Vere Stacpoole
Do you want her name blazoned to the world as a public medium?
"The Tyranny of the Dark" by Hamlin Garland
Mistress followed mistress, and the guilt of a troop of profligate women was blazoned to the world by the gift of titles and estates.
"History of the English People, Volume VI (of 8)" by John Richard Green
One that, if known, the trumpet of scandal would have blazoned forth to the disgrace of the aristocracy.
"Japhet in Search of a Father" by Frederick Marryat
He wants to pay you five thousand francs for a copy of some blazoned daub that hangs in the cathedral at Delgratz.
"A Son of the Immortals" by Louis Tracy
Can blazon evil deeds, or consecrate a crime.
"The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 2" by George Gordon Byron
No longer seeking nor caring that my name should be blazoned abroad on title-pages, I smiled to think that it had now another kind of vogue.
"The Scarlet Letter" by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The blazoning of 10 proves the chest to be later than the time of Henry IV.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Gloucester [2nd ed.]" by H. J. L. J. Massé
Are you prepared to see your name blazoned all over the world as the subject of an unexampled scandal in high life?
"Her Mother's Secret" by Emma D. E. N. Southworth
By yon bright sun, thou blazon'st forth his praise,
As if with rapture thou didst read the page
Where these fair deeds are written!
"Daniel. A Sacred Drama" by Hannah More
England, in her proud history, proudly enrolls them,
And the deep night in her remembering skies
With purer glory
Shall blazon their grim story.
"The Vindictive" by Alfred Noyes
"I deem that God is not disquieted"--
This in a mighty poet's rhymes I read;
And blazoned so forever doth abide
Within my soul the legend glorified.
"The Legend Glorified" by James Whitcomb Riley
But new light spread. That god's gold nimb
And blazon have waned dimmer and more dim;
Even his flushed form begins to fade,
Till but a shade is left of him.
"The Sick God." by Thomas Hardy
And all those names, that in their motion were
Full-welling fountain-heads of change,
Betwixt the slender shafts were blazon'd fair
In diverse raiment strange:
"The Palace of Art" by Alfred Lord Tennyson
If I should labor through daylight and dark,
Consecrate, valorous, serious, true,
Then on the world I may blazon my mark;
And what if I don't, and what if I do?
"Philosophy" by Dorothy Parker