Blaze away at - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
blaze away at (someone or something) (redirected from blaze away at)
blaze away at (someone or something)
To shoot a gun at a target repeatedly. The officer blazed away at the fleeing criminal and finally struck him in the leg. William blazed away at the bull's eye and still didn't land a single shot!
blaze away (at someone or something)
[for gunfire] to fire continually at someone or something. The guns blazed away at the oncoming ducks. The cowboy blazed away at his opponent in the gunfight.
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Armed to the teeth, he travels to Washington to blaze away at
the presidential motorcade, and the American agonizing over guns begins again.
OPPONENTS of 48-hour declarations continue to blaze away at
short-term rewards from overseas, while ignoring other, less immediately tangible benefits.
Nothing would give me greater pleasure than to see him make 110 not out and giving the big guns like Freddie Flintoff licence to blaze away at
the other end.
The illuminations blaze away at
the Lancashire resort until November 2.
The couple often invite friends to join them as they blaze away at