- v make a strident sound
- v hit hard
- v use explosives on
- v apply a draft or strong wind to to
the air conditioning was blasting cold air at us
- v create by using explosives
- v make with or as if with an explosion
- v fire a shot
- v criticize harshly or violently
- v shatter as if by explosion
- v shrivel or wither or mature imperfectly
- s causing injury or blight; especially affecting with sudden violence or plague or ruin
the blasting effects of the intense cold on the budding fruit
the blasting force of the wind blowing sharp needles of sleet in our faces
- s unpleasantly loud and penetrating
shut our ears against the blasting music from his car radio
- He then had dozens of meetings with other lawmakers, emphasizing how badly the region needed the money but never publicly blasting Congress for moving too slowly.
- Correction: The original caption incorrectly stated that these protesters were blasting Coulter.
- Trey Parker and Matt Stone's Comedy Central cartoon has been America's best source of rapid-fire satire for a decade now, blasting hypocrites left and right and giving the final .
- Barack Obama in Forbes
I haven't gone around blasting Hillaryfor accepting lobbyist money, Obama said in a 20-minute interview after touring the popular Iowa state fair with his wife and two young children. "What I said is she doesn't recognize the problem."
- Serena Williams in Sports Network
I was making a lot of errors,added Williams. "Justine was moving up to the ball and blasting winners. I had to lift the level of my game and stop making all the errors."
- Dana White in Montreal Gazette
There's not one sad feeling in my body,said White, who managed Liddell before becoming company president. "He came out blasting, bombing, trying to put Rich away in a slugfest. He gave his fans a good last fight."