blowup : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a violent release of energy caused by a chemical or nuclear reaction
- n an unrestrained expression of emotion
- n a photographic print that has been enlarged
- I think Meriwether's fellow serial-blowup artist, Victor Niederhoffer, exerts a similar attractionalbeit perhaps more Tarantino than Ross.
- Kirk Gibson in USA Today
You get more savvy,Gibson said according to the Associated Press. "There's just different ways of delivering your intensity. ...... That's not to say I'm not going to have a blowup. It may happen. To see a fiery team on the field, playing...
- Martin Truex in Asbury Park Press
We should be in the Chase. Our team is capable of being in the Chase,Truex said. "Without an engine blowup and a 150-point penalty, we're in."
- Marty Seifert in Dickinson Press
It's almost a tradition at the Capitol that there's some kind of a blowup,said Seifert, R-Marshall. "Maybe people have matured enough. It's certainly not going to be me that walks out."