Definitions

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  • noun A sudden rush of air in a confined space (such as a mine) following a disturbance or explosion

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Examples

  • That is always far worse than any airblast (see, for example Challenger).

    Black Zones - NASA Watch

  • He catches her arm and hangs on as she dangles, doll-like, in the airblast.

    Fail-Safe, &c.

  • The airblast in the cities is unbearable now, and getting worse all the time.

    The Black Star Passes

  • Morey was a skillful pilot, and realized, as few others did, the dangers of that downward airblast that the countless whirring blades maintained in a constant roar of air.

    The Black Star Passes

  • "In this workshop we will calibrate a 70-gallon airblast sprayer, herbicide sprayer and backpack sprayer."

    Media Newswire

  • Somehow he gets propelled up by the airblast despite that distance too.

    WN.com - Business News

  • Somehow he gets propelled up by the airblast despite that distance too.

    WN.com - Business News

  • So do you just shoot some flame and immediately airblast?

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Reverted Force-A-Nature and airblast knockback on disguised Spies, so that they can once again be knocked back

    Steam RSS News Feed

  • Currently the offer includes all forms of parts formation (horizontal, matchplate & vertical moulding) and surface preparation technologies (airblast, wheelblast and mass finishing).

    Resource Investor - Main Content Feed

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