4 adverbs to describe how to « blares »
- Some, now acknowledged as innocent, were blared abroad by tongues less skilled in pure invention than in distorting truth.
- High-spirited youth and witless wealth a-lust for strange new pleasures turned from the long strain of conflict to indulgence in endless orgies of extravagance like nothing ever witnessed by a world long since surfeited with contemplation of weird excesses: daily that wild dance of death attained wilder stages of saturnalia, the bands blaring ever louder to drown the mutter of savage elemental forces working underneath the crust.
- To Peter's inquiry what was the matter, the black fellow whirled and blared out loudly, for the sake of his audience: "'Fo' Gawd, nigger, I sho thought Mr. Bobbs had me!"
- I was moved to compassion as it sat upon the jaw-bone of a whale, which projected beneath the tafrail, at one moment devouring pieces of its mother and sister with avidity, and at the next stretching its throat and blaring out mournfully, when a fragment of ice met its view, passing astern as we sailed on our course.