from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that blows, especially a mechanical device, such as a fan, that produces a current of air.
- n. Slang A braggart.
- n. Chiefly British Slang A telephone.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who blows.
- n. Any device that blows.
- n. Telephone.
- n. A ducted fan, usually part of a heating, ventilation, and/or air conditioning system.
- n. A braggart, or loud talker.
- n. The whale; so called by seamen, from its habit of spouting up a column of water.
- n. A small fish of the Atlantic coast, Tetrodon turgidus; the puffer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, blows.
- n. A device for producing a current of air; as: (a) A metal plate temporarily placed before the upper part of a grate or open fire. (b) A machine for producing an artificial blast or current of air by pressure, as for increasing the draft of a furnace, ventilating a building or shaft, cleansing gram, etc.
- n. A blowing out or excessive discharge of gas from a hole or fissure in a mine.
- n. The whale; -- so called by seamen, from the circumstance of its spouting up a column of water.
- n. A small fish of the Atlantic coast (Tetrodon turgidus); the puffer.
- n. A braggart, or loud talker.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who blows. Specifically— One who is employed in a blowing-house for smelting tin.
- n. In a glass-factory, the workman who blows the melted glass into shape.
- n. A screen or cover of metal fitted to an open fireplace in such a way that when it is placed in position access of air to the chimney is closed except from the bottom, or through the fire itself: used to promote combustion, especially when the fire is first kindled, by concentrating the draft upon the substance to be ignited.
- n. In coal-mining, an escape, under pressure and with high velocity, of gas or firedamp from the coal.
- n. A man employed in a mine in blasting.
- n. A machine for forcing air into a furnace, mine, cistern, hold of a ship, public building, etc., to assist in drying, evaporating, and the like; a blowing-machine. See blowing-engine, blowing-machine.
- n. A marine animal, as a whale, which spouts up water.
- n. One who brags; a boaster.
- n. A plant that blows.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a fan run by an electric motor
- n. a device that produces a current of air
- n. large aquatic carnivorous mammal with fin-like forelimbs no hind limbs, including: whales; dolphins; porpoises; narwhals
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