blare out


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blare out

To project (the sound of something) loudly, as of music or an announcement. There's always this one car that drives by the neighborhood at night blaring out heavy metal music. The judge blared out the sentence for the whole assembly to hear.
See also: out

blare out

v.
1. To sound loudly and stridently, especially through a broadcast system: Music blared out from the speakers while everyone danced.
2. To proclaim something boldly or flamboyantly: The newspaper headlines blared out the scandal.
See also: out