Today’s word of the day is emblazon. It’s spelled E-M-B-L-A-Z-O-N. Emblazon is a verb that means to celebrate or extol.
Emblazon got its start with the Anglo-French word blazon (BLAY son) which referred to a heraldic coat of arms, something intended to celebrate a history of nobility. These days, when we emblazon something, we can do it with words.
It is rare that film lovers emblazon a first-time director with such high praise. But Michael’s film is worthy of every adoring word.
Emblazon is spelled E-M-B-L-A-Z-O-N.