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If too great shrinkage occurs, the place may be blown out gently after reheating. Against the breeze of such high indignation, any argument would be blown away. Looks as if the old Abbey had butted up against it, until it all got blown away. I would not allow that paper, blown by the wind, to scare me from the highway of the argument!
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If this gassing is too violent, a considerable amount of active material will be blown from the plates. In addition to the idioms beginning with blow. Automotive Slang. Nearby words blowie , blowing , blowing wound , blowiron , blowlamp , blown , blown-up , blowoff , blowout , blowpipe , blowsy. Origin of blown 1 past participle of blow 2.
Origin of blown 2 past participle of blow 3. The rear tire blew out.
It was your last chance and you blew it! Slang : Vulgar.
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