- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sandblast.
“Microdermabrasion is an exfoliating procedure that "sandblasts" the skin with very fine crystals of aluminium oxide or other compounds to remove the top layer of dead skin cells.”
“sandblasts" the skin to create a smoother layer of skin.”
“So, as things went through this process, Fincher would always say "It sandblasts the edges off of the performance.”
“Every exposed piece of flesh feels like sandblasts of pain.”
“Brendan O'Brien's production sandblasts all nuance out of the music, making it sound like a big, monolithic mass of digital noise.”
“Early in the growing season, the ever-present winds increase in intensity and often swirl the soil so powerfully that it literally sandblasts the tender seedlings.”
“The deed could be done here just as a Palin (or Huckabee or Gingrich) administration sandblasts quotes on church-state separation from walls of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. Joel C.nnelly can be reached at 206-448-8160 or”
“National PostFebruary 25, 2010 12: 00 AM A monument engraver sandblasts defaced gravestones at a Jewish cemetery.”
“After the pieces are fabricated Cole sandblasts them and uses a set of biodegradable cleaning solutions plus a chemical seal to prep them for powder coating (which is more earth friendly when compared to traditional solvent based paints, as it contains no volatile organic compounds).”
“They work as a team; Pam lies out and cuts the designs and Ralph sandblasts them into the granite.”
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