- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blow up.
“I consider an observation of Rochefoucault that the wind, though it extinguishes a candle, blows up a fire.”
“By contrast, in Virginia, observed a contemporary, “such amazing property . . . blows up the owners to an imagination . . . that they are exalted as much above other Men in worth & precedency, as blind stupid fortune has made a difference in their property.””
“In fact, he blows up into a zillion pieces, with the heat of his tragic death boiling away all of the volatiles from his remains.”
“If Eskot blows up the storage tanks, the whole launching area will go.”
“They send off a petard so maladroitly, that, while it only singes the foe, it blows up whole platoons of allies.”
“Fuck love and relationship and all that goody-good bullshit that blows up in your face and leaves you hurting behind a motherfucka and his lies.”
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