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1. [French, from past participle of Blaser, to cloy, from French dialectal, to be chronically hung over, probably from Middle Dutch blāsen, to blow up, swell; see bhlē- in
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2. St. Blase prayed and made the sign of the cross over the boy, and behold, he was cured. MARY, HELP OF CHRISTIANS VARIOUS I can stand a surprising amount of this, and am by no means Blase yet
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4. The adjective Blase (most often spelled blasé), describes someone who is bored with the pleasures of life because of frequent indulgence or exposure. When asked what she thought of the award ceremony, the actress yawned and replied, "It was blasé
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5. They were long Blase on oaths; they numbered among themselves veterans and virtuosi of perjury. THE EIGHTEENTH BRUMAIRE OF LOUIS BONAPARTE KARL MARX He had what Carley called the New York masculine face, Blase …
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6. Examples of Blase in a sentence
7. Blase creates new paintings out of old damaged artworks and gives them second life adding subversive details
8. Early 19th century French, past participle of Blaser ‘cloy’, probably ultimately of Germanic origin.
9. Borrowed from French blasé (“ blasé, jaded ”), past participle of Blaser (“ to blunt, dull ”), perhaps from Middle Dutch Blasen (“ to blow; to brag ”), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *bʰleh₁-(“ to blow; to bleat, cry ”)
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10. Blase wants to provide students with a firm grasp of what good management means by introducing them to true leaders from the industry and real cases that we can all learn from.
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12. The Blase family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920
13. The most Blase families were found in the USA in 1880
14. In 1840 there was 1 Blase family living in Missouri
15. This was about 25% of all the recorded Blase's in the USA
16. Missouri and 3 other states had the highest population of Blase families in 1840.
17. David Blase died on February 23, 2021 at the age of 8o
18. He was born on December 2, 1940 in Decatur, Texas, the son of Charlie and Nora Blase
19. Brian Blase, PhD, is an economist and a key architect of President Trump’s health policy agenda
20. Blase is driven to improve America’s health care system by empowering consumers, by injecting more competition into the system, and by permitting innovation to flourish.
21. (blɑzeɪ) also Blase adjective [oft ADJ about n] If you describe someone as blasé, you mean that they are not easily impressed, excited, or worried by things, usually because they have seen or experienced them before.
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22. Definition of Blase in the Definitions.net dictionary
23. What does Blase mean? Information and translations of Blase in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
24. Blase (adj.) "bored from overindulgence, weary of the pleasures of life," 1819 [Byron], from French blasé, past participle of Blaser "to satiate" (17c.), which is of unknown origin
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25. “Blase” in Uni Leipzig: Wortschatz-Lexikon “Blase” in Deutsches Wörterbuch von Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm, 16 vols., Leipzig 1854–1961
26. “Blase” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache “Blase” in Duden online
27. Dr. Lawrence Blase, MD is a Geriatric Medicine Specialist in Farmington Hills, MI and has over 35 years of experience in the medical field
28. Blase Joseph Cupich (/ ˈ s uː p ɪ tʃ / SOO-pitch; March 19, 1949) is an American prelate of the Catholic Church, a cardinal who serves as ninth archbishop of the Archdiocese of Chicago.
29. Cardinal Blase Cupich is encouraging people to get the COVID-19 vaccine following a Catholic Church controversy in which some bishops called the Johnson & Johnson vaccine "morally compromised" for
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31. Dr. William Blase, MD is a Ophthalmology Specialist in Temecula, CA and has over 43 years of experience in the medical field
32. Definition of Blase adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
33. Blase (블라세) is a South Korean rapper who debuted under Hive as a member of Roof Top in 2018
34. Blase 2-0 Petal We got what we expected in a fight match, we managed to get back on the right path and kept the three points ′′ home In the first half, we played in a barren field, we managed to create several situations, but due to the situation, our attacks were stopped.
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35. (nee Mancuso) LaDuca; devoted father of Michelle (Steven) Mathews, Cheryl LaDuca and the late Blase R
36. Jo Blase is a professor of educational administration at the University of Georgia, and a former public school teacher, high school and middle school principal, and director of staff development
37. Alternating between Blase nonchalance and brisk nattiness, the author was the matinee idol for fans and scholars alike.: Goe to prepare the maryages what neede the torchis light? be holde the towres of troy do shyne with brandes that Blase full bright.: Harry is allergic to sentimentality, yet under the Blase surface is a smoky torch singer struggling to emerge.
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bla·sé 1 Uninterested because of frequent exposure or indulgence. 2 Unconcerned; nonchalant: had a blasé attitude about housecleaning. 3 Very sophisticated.
Example:that bitch had no ass so I was blas é as fuck. Example2: Janessa was blasé as hell in spite of the fact that Matt was so good to her. Get a blasé mug for your sister Nathalie. A type of dance preformed in the culture of Jamaica. (ish a half jamaican) Created by the "Energy God" elephant man.
Perhaps we do get a bit blase about racing's unique charms. The credit crisis is in danger of making us blasé about enormous sums of money. And it has grabbed an audience that had become quite blasé about cop suspense drama. What is particularly worrying is the somewhat blasé attitude to the subject. People are wonderfully blasé about all this.
It is easy to become blasé, forgetting the relatively recent days when such initiative was simply dismissed as too difficult. It is deeply concerning to see such a blasé attitude to 28 per cent deflation from the body responsible for maintaining price stability.