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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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The last blast was peculiarly strong one, and after the small rubbish was done raining around us and we were just going to shake hands over our deliverance, a later and larger stone came down amongst our little group of pedestrians and wrecked an umbrella.
Down swept another mighty blast of wind, clothed in spray and thick darkness.
Pulling the capul-hide well over himself, so that the helmet hid most of his face, Robin seized the silver bugle and blew a long blast. It was the blast that saved the life of Little John, over in Barnesdale, for you and I have already seen how it caused the fond Sheriff to prick up his ears and stay the hanging, and go scurrying up over the hill and into the wood with his men in search of another victim.
He vows and declares, Monsieur, that the other whale, the dried one, is far more deadly than the blasted one; in fine, Monsieur, he conjures us, as we value our lives, to cut loose from these fish.
It seemed, as the fanciful stranger said, like the choral strain of the spirits of the blast, who in old Indian times had their dwelling among these mountains, and made their heights and recesses a sacred region.
For a moment, the old woman's ghastly conception so engrossed the minds of her hearers that a sound abroad in the night, rising like the roar of a blast, had grown broad, deep, and terrible, before the fated group were conscious of it.
According to the NCHR, targeted killings, suicide attacks, and bomb blasts have inflicted harm to daily life, education, and business activities of ethnic Hazara community members in Quetta.
This article will discuss why these design approaches fail and how modern approaches to spacing and blast design dramatically improve performance of blasts, and how blasts and entire mines should be designed to minimize total operation cost.
The second case is the mine that purchased the electronic detonators and, because they have the ability to be programmed to shoot very fast, are programmed to shoot very fast, This functions off outdated theories that shock breakage is a major breakage mechanism and that extremely fast shooting, row to row, will lead to better fragmentation or better throw, They then find that rocks are being violently thrown and might suffer increases in airblast and cast percentages have dropped, and instead of blaming the caps or the fast timing, the powder company blames "unique geology" as the major cause of poor blasts. Figure 7 is a perfect example of a blast that is out of control and not functioning properly.
EDT): According to the Afghanistan health ministry, the death toll in the Kabul blasts has risen to 21 people.
The downward blast holes are drilled all at once, but because of a lack of free surfaces, several cutting blasts are carried out to form the free surface and provide compensation space for subsequent breaking blasts, as shown in Figure 2.
Talking about the launch, Dawsonrentals temperature control solutions' managing director, Bod Benham, said, "To save customers money, in recent years we supplied stand-alone, single function, ambient blasts. They certainly reduced energy costs, but weren't the full answer as customers had to double-handle product: out of the ambient blast and into a blast chiller/freezer.
Results: The study included 10,836 patients; 10,216 were having fire arm injuries chest, 549 had thoracic injuries in 351 bomb blasts and 72 were having thoracic injuries in 153 drone attacks.
Karachi -- Amid tight security on occasion of Chehlum (40th day of mourning) of Karbala Martyrs, three back to back bomb blasts rocked Pakistan's largest metropolis Karachi resulting in killing of two people and injuries to a dozen others.According to an official, first blast occurred on the route of Shia procession near Numaish Chowrangi area, however police declared it a tyre blast and no loss was reported.
PESHAWAR -- Two people were killed and 18 soldiers were injured in mortal shell attack and remote bomb blasts in North Waziristan Agency on Tuesday, sources said.