• (RP) IPA: /ˈbleɪzə/
  • (America) IPA: /ˈbleɪzɚ/

blazer (plural blazers)

  1. A semi-formal jacket.
  2. A person or thing that blaze#Verb|blazes (marks or cuts a route).
  3. Anything that blazes or glows, as with heat or flame.
  4. The dish used when cooking directly over the flame of a chafing-dish lamp, or the coals of a brazier.
  5. (slang, US) One who smokes cannabis; a stoner.
  6. (archaic) One who spreads news, or blazes matters abroad.
    • blazers of crime
  7. (slang, UK) An older member of a sporting club, often with old-fashioned or conservative views.
  8. A con or swindle.
    • 1922, A. M. Chisholm, A Thousand a Plate
      "What'd I tell you?" said Bill. "The old wolverine was tryin' to run a blazer on us. All he needed was to be showed we meant business. And he can't make no trouble for us when he gets out, 'cause our two words are better'n his."
Proper noun
  1. Surname

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