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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblareblare /bleə $ bler/ ●○○ (also blare out) verb [intransitive, transitive]  Cto make a very loud unpleasant noise Horns blared in the street outside.blare noun [singular]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
blareMore trucks were arriving, many of them with sirens blaring.And outside, you could hear loudspeakers blaring ads and speeches from the candidates.She blared Alejandra Guzman records, went to Roseland regularly owned every Madonna video, including that last nasty one.The music was blaring and the partygoers were dancing.Sirens blared as firefighters raced to the scene.There is nothing electric here, nothing bombastic nor blaring, as this is his first acoustic recording.This procedure would bring the tune to the foreground without the necessity of blaring on the part of the brass.Then the profit-and-loss column of his mind blared out its warning.The radio was blaring out the news that an earthquake had hit just minutes before.