blazer

noun
blaz·​er | \ ˈblā-zər How to pronounce blazer (audio) \

Definition of blazer

1 : one that blazes
2 : a sports jacket often with notched collar and patch pockets

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Other Words from blazer

blazered \ ˈblā-​zərd How to pronounce blazered (audio) \ adjective

Examples of blazer in a Sentence

He wore a blue blazer and khaki pants. a wool skirt and matching blazer

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Also, some of the blazers have been lined with the vintage scarves from Front General Store, so each is one of a kind. Brooke Bobb, Vogue, "Do You Miss the Old J.Crew? This Revamped Label Might Be the Answer to Your Prayers," 19 Feb. 2019 Jeans are about $90 on average, dresses range from $60 to $180 and blazers can cost more than $200. Nadra Nittle, Vox, "Women’s clothing is divided into straight and plus sizes. Here’s why that’s a problem.," 12 Oct. 2018 Lebow Clothes was a division of After Six formal wear and made men’s suits and blazers at a Baltimore plant on East Oliver Street near Green Mount Cemetery. Jacques Kelly, baltimoresun.com, "Harry P. Lebow, real estate executive and clothing designer, dies," 7 July 2018 Keep a trendy trench or blazer handy to slip on or stick under your seat. Karla Walsh, Redbook, "10 Things You Really Need to Know Before Trying to Lose Weight," 5 Jan. 2016 The pair, aged 20 and 18, also brought their style A-game, with matching shimmery black looks by Styland (Chloé in a jumpsuit and Halle in a blazer and pants), heels, and chic ponytails. Erica Gonzales, Harper's BAZAAR, "Gladys Knight Shines in a White Dress While Singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl," 3 Feb. 2019 Jeffrey Edward Epstein appeared at his sentencing dressed comfortably in a blue blazer, blue shirt, jeans and gray sneakers. Julie K. Brown, The Seattle Times, "Perversion of Justice: Even from jail, sex abuser manipulated the system. His victims were kept in the dark," 4 Dec. 2018 With its high shine silver fabric, nipped waist, and sculptural padded shoulders, her blazer and cropped trousers combo demanded attention—especially when paired with contrasting gold jewelry and a towering stiletto heels. Janelle Okwodu, Vogue, "Céline Dion Gives Executive Realness a Couture Twist," 23 Jan. 2019 After last week’s adorable Emilia Wickstead tartan skirt moment, and her super cool Meghan-esque green blazer, the Duchess opted for a similarly festive shade for Tuesday’s appearance. Lucy Wood, Marie Claire, "Kate Middleton Struck the Festive-But-Chic Balance in a Green Polka Dot Dress from L.K.Bennett," 11 Dec. 2018

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First Known Use of blazer

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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blazer

noun

English Language Learners Definition of blazer

: a jacket that is worn over a shirt and that looks like a suit jacket but is not part of a suit

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