Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of blow.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blow.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It's funny that Emo is ignored for 15 years and over the last 5, bands get called Emo when they aren't and the term blows up.

    Punknews.org

  • All things went well with him, whether they were blows from the overseer in the cane field or a slump in the price of sugar when he owned those cane fields himself.

    Chun Ah Chun

  • Old Koogah dropped an open leer to Opee-Kwan, and, the laughter growing around him, continued: The wind blows from the south and blows the schooner south.

    Nam-Bok, the Unveracious

  • Koogah dropped an open leer to Opee-Kwan, and, the laughter growing around him, continued: The wind blows from the south and blows the schooner south.

    NAM-BOK THE UNVERACIOUS

  • Alone amidst the masses of humanity at the great station of Charing Cross, his ears full of the short, sharp whistle-blows from the platforms and their accompanying clacking of wheels as trains accelerated away into the dark, and his stomach (despite all that he had found) rumbling quietly at the pervading smells of pastries baking and coffee brewing, he began reading Gilgamesh's letter to him:

    EXCLUSIVE EXCERPT 5/5: The Bookman by Lavie Tidhar

  • You can use all the statistical BS you want to try and convince others, but I cannot be convinced of the impossible idea that allowing any and every person who wants to transiently cross the borders of countries any which way the wind blows is ever good for anyone other than those who exploit them and themselves.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Immigration and Crime

  • Mt. Rainier (I'm likely spelling it wrong) west of Seattle is also overdue the vulcanologists say, when that mountain blows Seattle is toast, but Yellowstone will dwarf anything recorded in the last 200 years, including Krakatoa (and that effected the whole planet causing the "year without a summer" I forget the date).

    Man made global warming? No way!

  • : The lack of new supply has cushioned the office market from even harsher blows from the economic downturn.

    Construction in New York? Skip It.

  • Dodging and ducking under a rain of blows from a bamboo cane, he was crouched over in a half-doubled posture.

    THE TEARS OF AH KIM

  • Then when you think all has quieted down the OTHER partridge blows from the same cover, even though you were sure you'd already looked it over thoroughly.

    Is Dave Petzal Still Alive?

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