from The Century Dictionary.
- Not blown; not having the bud expanded; hence, not fully grown or developed.
- Not blown, inflated, or otherwise affected by the wind.
- Not caused to sound, as a wind-instrument.
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- adjective Not having been
blown(in various senses).
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Last October, the duo broke a seven-year-old record for street roadsters with an unblown Ardun flathead Ford engine with a four-barrel carburetor.
And with all the deep, unblown snow, I'm hoping we can also squeeze in a count of my elk to the north.
Besides cursing them under his breath, Torres remained the unblown volcano.
They attacked at the double, skirmishers in front, the huge formations splitting apart to stream over the unblown bridges and unguarded fords.
Shall I ever forget the day he made a soapy mixture in a great tin pan in his little garret in the Rue Serpente, produced a long, clean clay pipe, delivered to me a neat if extraordinary little lecture on the experiment he was about to make and the inferences I must draw from it if it succeeded -- and then, with his prismatic bubbles all unblown, gravely sat down in the pan!
Fame's unblown years whose choir my soul would greet!
Might pace with unblown ample garments from pleasure to pleasure,
Straight as the flames of unblown torches, they burned about the table.
Rembrandt's genius was still unblown, this is blossom prematurely breaking.
Might pace with unblown ample garments from pleasure to pleasure, --