Name Origin: French
Name Gender: Male
"bored from overindulgence," 1819, from French blas
- see blas
really sophisticated specifically due to surfeit; versed when you look at the ways of the entire world
- uninterested as a result of frequent visibility or indulgence
- nonchalantly unconcerned
- getting the sensibilities deadened by extra or frequency of pleasure; sated or surfeited with pleasure; used up.
blister on skin
- blister on a leaf
- blister on material
- balloon [speech balloon]
- gang [group, clique]
- mob [coll.] [group of men and women]
(a.) Having the sensibilities deadened by extra or regularity of pleasure; sated or surfeited with enjoyment; used up.
Even his references to the great poets of the past indicate rather a blase sense of indifference and weariness than a fresh enjoyment of them.