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Synonyms for blow

gust

exhale

unblock

blast

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blow over

blow someone away: open fire on

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blow something out

blow something up: explode

blow something up: inflate

blow something up: exaggerate

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blow up: lose your temper

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blow your top

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Synonyms for blow

to be in a state of motion, as air

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to breathe hard

to come open or fly apart suddenly and violently, as from internal pressure

to release or cause to release energy suddenly and violently, especially with a loud noise

to talk with excessive pride

to spend (money) excessively and usually foolishly

to pay for the food, drink, or entertainment of (another)

blow in: to come to a particular place

a natural movement or current of air

something that jars the mind or emotions

Synonyms for blow

an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes

an unpleasant or disappointing surprise

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forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth

be blowing or storming

free of obstruction by blowing air through

be in motion due to some air or water current

make a sound as if blown

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shape by blowing

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spend thoughtlessly

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spend lavishly or wastefully on

sound by having air expelled through a tube

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play or sound a wind instrument

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provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation

cause air to go in, on, or through

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cause to move by means of an air current

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spout moist air from the blowhole

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leave

lay eggs

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allow to regain its breath

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melt, break, or become otherwise unusable

burst suddenly

References in classic literature ?
Each cocked his pistol, and, with fingers on the trigger, walked up to Henry, saying, at the same time, if he did not cross his hands, they would blow his damned heart out.
when any successful thrust or blow took place under their observation.
The purveyor, finding him in his room, naturally thought he was a thief, and struck him such a blow that the man fell down and lay motionless on the floor.
he gasped forth, giving back a blow almost while he was yet staggering.
But presently he could see that many of the men in gray did not intend to abide the blow.
The occasional blows of sticks and stones he had previously experienced were as caresses compared with this.
Blows rained upon him, and it looked to her as though he were being beaten to death.
Now blow out the trumpets, and may God's benison be with the honest men
He pivoted on his feet, and, instead of striking, ducked the other's swinging blow and went into a clinch.
A few minutes went by and then a wild wind started to blow.
Molly then taking a thigh-bone in her hand, fell in among the flying ranks, and dealing her blows with great liberality on either side, overthrew the carcass of many a mighty heroe and heroine.
Some excitement occurred a score of feet away from them, and to the sound of exclamations and blows a surge ran through the crowd.
It's an ill wind dat blow nowhar,--dat ar a fact," said Sam, sententiously, giving an additional hoist to his pantaloons, and adroitly substituting a long nail in place of a missing suspender-button, with which effort of mechanical genius he seemed highly delighted.
Tom rained cuffs upon the head and its shield, saying no word: the victim received each blow with a beseeching, "Please, Marse Tom
But, as the night advanced, the clouds closing in and densely over-spreading the whole sky, then very dark, it came on to blow, harder and harder.