2. go to blazes, (an exclamation of dismissal, contempt, anger, etc.)
3. (in) the (blue) blazes, (an intensifier): *Well what the blazes do you want to come in here looking like that for –lennie lower, 1930.
4. like blazes, with great energy or at great speed.
Australian English dictionary. 2014.
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