- v exhale hard
- v be blowing or storming
- v free of obstruction by blowing air through
- v be in motion due to some air or water current
- v make a sound as if blown
- v shape by blowing
- v make a mess of, destroy or ruin
- v spend thoughtlessly; throw away
- v spend lavishly or wastefully on
- v sound by having air expelled through a tube
- v play or sound a wind instrument
- v provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation
- v cause air to go in, on, or through
- v cause to move by means of an air current
- v spout moist air from the blowhole
- v leave; informal or rude
- v lay eggs
- v cause to be revealed and jeopardized
The double agent was blown by the other side
- v show off
- v allow to regain its breath
- v melt, break, or become otherwise unusable
- v burst suddenly
- s being moved or acted upon by moving air or vapor
blown clouds of dust choked the riders
blown soil mounded on the window sill
- s breathing laboriously or convulsively
- Instead they were blown westward toward the Solomon Islands.
- The first odd note is the number of blown out billboards and signs.
- Even Linus Pauling, the world's greatest chemist, had blown his own "solution" to DNA a couple of months before.
- Barack Obama in New York Times
If there's anyone out there who still doesn't believe this constitutes a full-blown crisis,Mr. Obama said, "I suggest speaking to one of the millions of Americans whose lives have been turned upside down because they don't know where their...
- Pete Stark in KTVA CBS 11 News Alaska
In 2007, he said that US troops were being sent to Iraq "to get their heads blown off for the president's amusement."
- Ayub Khan in France24
One was blown up here while the second fled to an unknown location. We believe it may be used to attack some other place,Khan told the Reuters news agency.