blaze away at (someone or something)

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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!
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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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References in classic literature ?
and blazed away at the place where the rustling was.
Opener Virender Sehwag had blazed away at the start for India with a knock of 47, while Yuvraj Singh, back from an injury lay-off, top scored with 74, but Chanaka Welegedara claimed five for 66 to peg India to a below-par total.
Virender Sehwag blazed away at the start of the home reply and Sachin Tendulkar contributed a measured 40.
During antlerless season I watched from my kitchen window as a dozen hunters, regardless of well-posted safety zone signs, blazed away at does bedded down in mountain laurel.
Mr Jenkins said he was forced to speed through a road block, jump red lights and defy one-way signs as the gunman blazed away at pursuing police.
In reply, Virender Sehwag (30) had blazed away at the start for the hosts and Sachin Tendulkar (40) held the top order together, but Doug Bollinger made timely breakthroughs as India were bowled out inside 47 overs.