blazes


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blazes

n. hell. (Especially with blue.) Just go to blue blazes.
See also: blaze
References in classic literature ?
Thereon they set a tripod full of bath water on to a clear fire: they threw sticks on to it to make it blaze, and the water became hot as the flame played about the belly of the tripod.
But it has enabled them to find a better fuel, for their fire begins to blaze with a more steady flame.
And before a statue of one of those dead Medicis reposes a crown that blazes with diamonds and emeralds enough to buy a ship-of-the-line, almost.
If they say it is great, it is great; if they say it is small, it is small; you see it, and you see it not, by turns; it borrows all its size from the momentary estimation of the speakers: the Will-of-the-wisp vanishes if you go too near, vanishes if you go too far, and only blazes at one angle.
Meanwhile the third man, who has been baling out the boat, and who has spilled the water down his sleeve, and has been cursing away to himself steadily for the last ten minutes, wants to know what the thundering blazes you're playing at, and why the blarmed tent isn't up yet.
Why deh blazes don' chere try teh keep Jim from fightin'?
The whole poem blazes with color, it glows and gleams with the glamor of fairyland.
You are my prisoners, and I will hurl you all into my underground dungeons, where the volcanic fires glow and the molten lava flows in every direction, and the air is hotter than blue blazes.
The evil blazes up like a fire; and they will not extinguish it, either by restricting a man's use of his own property, or by another remedy:
He had fought like blazes against Denmark, Austria, France.
And far beyond, like clouds upon the border of the slay, towered minarets of white, where the Sierra's eternal snows flashed austerely the blazes of the sun.
Ask Martingale; he was in Spain, aide-de-camp to General Blazes.
Round you spin, and drive like blazes, or we miss our train
It couldn't exist without allonging and marshonging to something or other--victory or death, or blazes, or something.
Even if I imagine a scheme of vengeance, what could I do better for my object than to let thee live -- than to give thee medicines against all harm and peril of life -- so that this burning shame may still blaze upon thy bosom?