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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

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RAY: When the fan is set on full blast, there's no resistor involved.
I had forgotten totally of the impending festival of retailers delight, until I wandered into a Huddersfield town centre store and got the full blast of Bing Crosby''s seasonal goodwill.
Even with the wipers going full blast, you can see dramatically better, especially at night.
One resident said: "The worst problem we had was the travellers putting the radio on at full blast for five minutes and turning it off.
After the world first saw increasing flows from Reliance in the summer of 2008, with the start of its new 580,000 barrel per day (bpd) plant, this year will see the full blast of exports of high-value diesel and gasoline made from a diverse slate of the cheapest available crudes.
The 74-year-old star, whose voice was damaged 12 years ago aftersurgerytoremovenodules on her vocal cords, said she will not be singing at full blast.
Yet running a freezer at full blast wastes a huge amount of energy in the process.
The reality of the situation is that you stand freezing at a bus stop for a bus that turns up late or not at all before getting on to sit on manky seats - if you can get a seat - and listen to teenagers arguing, effing and blinding and playing their music at full blast.
To get some reassurance, this led people who believed this stuff to go full blast in achieving economic success, thinking that God signifies his favor by giving the best cars and top knickknacks to the elect.
With air conditioning on full blast and linen suits everywhere, keeping cool is a challenge.
DAILY STAR:"Two-goal Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink turned the relegation heat on full blast for former Middlesbrough boss Bryan Robson.
The car's stereo was on full blast and the passengers were begging him to slow down.
Windows up, heat on full blast for 20 minutes during the day
A 1 per cent risk of regretting all the time we could have spent flying everywhere, keeping the patio heater on full blast, and driving SUV's?
Starting with Saturday morning's prologue at 5:30 and clear through to stage 20 at the Arc d'Triomphe on July 24, OLN will go full blast again, devoting another 300-plus hours of programming to the great reality show known as Lance TV.