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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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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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street names for cocaine

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

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Chapter One, "The Hippest Corner in LA," describes the social and historical development of the Good Life/Project Blowed in the context of the city's ethnic diversity and the political, legislative, and economic developments that severely marginalized California's youth in the 1990s.
Instead, she spent years attending open mic performances at Project Blowed, the epicenter of independent West Coast hip-hop.
Theatre: Isle be blowed, Scooby Big Dane crew Scooby-Doo And The Pirate Ghost: Forum Theatre, Billingham, from Wednesday, April 29, to Sunday, May 3.
Snopes reduces human beings to exchange value and disregards the vulnerable physical body that makes them human: (8) Harker remarks, "I finally got it into Turl's head that that I00 on that dial meant where Turl would not only lose his job, he would lose it so good they wouldn't even be able to find the job to give it to the next misbegotten that believed that live steam was something you blowed on a window pane in cold weather" (153).
While preparing the report, Taylor and Lange were struck by the numbers of families who had been "blowed out" by the Dust Bowl storms and had flooded into California seeking employment in agribusiness.
"She was like that woman drivin the moon across the sky, halfway up over the splashboard with her gossamer stoles all flyin out behind her in silver cobwebs and her hair streamin back to show the dark little hollows of her temples, lashin those horses and tellin me to get along faster and never mind how they blowed, just faster, faster, faster." (192)
I'm pretty sure he had another hit but I'm blowed if I can think what it was - can you help?
They can only stand in the smoke and shout, "Katie, it blowed up!"
The big idea--well I'm blowed if I can be sure what it is.
Spiders were carefully removed from their web, and prey items were blowed the same way as mentioned before.
The weekend of January 21 was a good time to be testin' the 'Slade, since it snowed and blowed up a storm Friday night and most of Saturday, and our streets weren't plowed when I dug it out of the drift in our drive to make a market run.
In Hollywood, populism and popular nihilism rule the day, as cultural producers and audiences anticipate the latest spectacle that can be "blowed up real good," as the SCTV film reviewers used to exclaim.
I've wasted my Saturday afternoon watching it, and I'll be blowed if I'm going to waste part of my Saturday evening thinking of something to say about it.