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Synonyms for blast

Synonyms for blast

a natural movement or current of air

an earsplitting, explosive noise

a violent release of confined energy, usually accompanied by a loud sound and shock waves

a big, exuberant party

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

to make an earsplitting explosive noise

to spoil or destroy

Synonyms for blast

a very long fly ball

a sudden very loud noise

an explosion (as of dynamite)

a highly pleasurable or exciting experience

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intense adverse criticism

make a strident sound

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hit hard

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use explosives on

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apply a draft or strong wind to to

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create by using explosives

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make with or as if with an explosion

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criticize harshly or violently

shatter as if by explosion

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shrivel or wither or mature imperfectly

References in periodicals archive ?
It is incredibly inefficient that radiators are on full blast, and cannot be turned down manually even in the mild weather - making the offices of many MPs and staff unbearably hot.
They stick the hose inside their uniforms and turn up the heater full blast.
Dean recorded a dramatic temperature drop in the room when the radiators were on full blast.
And the alarm bells were well and truly at full blast when Round produced a fabulous catch at midwicket to remove Gavin Byram.
POLICE are warning they will use new powers to seize the cars of boy racers and people who cruise through residential streets playing their choice of music at full blast.
Mr Hemson added: "They were worn as they get the full blast of the weather from the North Sea.
He said the man developed ``a novel way of trying to drown out the baby's cries'' by putting her in front of television or music speakers which were at full blast.
The ride is just a tad harsh on uneven tarmac, but the pure exhilaration of taking a corner at full blast with total confidence is worth it.
It was like listening to the old skate rock tapes all over again, at full blast.
Anyone who has serious charges made against them is entitled to have the police investigate properly before being arrested and, particularly, having allegations given the full blast of publicity.
Most motorists (81 per cent) say they wait less than a minute with the car heater on full blast and then drive away with only limited sight of the road ahead.
Until then you stay at it and keep going full blast.
She was a risk taker and improvised full blast," says Robbins.
I have even tried turning it up full blast in an attempt to get, if not myself, then somebody to pay attention, but with no luck.
The study found that music played at full blast could lead to a 20% reduction in the time it takes a driver to react to situations - a potentially fatal delay even in good weather and at moderate speeds, says the Foundation.