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Blow — synonyms, definition

1. blow (Noun)

108 synonyms
C Coke accident accomplishment act action adversity affliction aggression air antagonism assault attack beat beating belt black eye blast blitz bloom • • •
7 definitions

blow (Noun) — A powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon. ex. "a blow on the head"

blow (Noun) — An impact (as from a collision). ex. "the blow threw him off the bicycle"

blow (Noun) — An unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating.

blow (Noun) — An unpleasant or disappointing surprise. ex. "it came as a blow to learn that he was injured"

blow (Noun) — A strong current of air. ex. "the tree was bent almost double by the blow"

blow (Noun) — A street name for cocaine.

blow (Noun) — Forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth. ex. "he gave his nose a loud blow"

15 types of
air current breathing out cocain cocaine current of air exhalation expiration happening impact natural event occurrence occurrent stroke surprise wind
67 types
backhander bang bash belt biff blip bluster body blow boot box buffeting clip clout concussion counterblow dong hammer hammering insufflation jar • • •
4 parts of
combat fight fighting scrap

2. blow (Verb)

113 synonyms
Bugger ball up balls up be adrift blare blast bloom blossom blow out bluster boast bobble bodge bollix bollix up bollocks bollocks up botch botch up brag • • •
22 definitions

blow (Verb) — Exhale hard. ex. "blow on the soup to cool it down"

blow (Verb) — Be blowing or storming. ex. "The wind blew from the West"

blow (Verb) — Free of obstruction by blowing air through. ex. "blow one's nose"

blow (Verb) — Be in motion due to some air or water current. ex. "The leaves were blowing in the wind"

blow (Verb) — Make a sound as if blown. ex. "The whistle blew"

blow (Verb) — Shape by blowing. ex. "Blow a glass vase"

blow (Verb) — Make a mess of, destroy or ruin. ex. "I blew the dinner and we had to eat out"

blow (Verb) — Spend thoughtlessly; throw away. ex. "He blew his inheritance on his insincere friends"

blow (Verb) — Spend lavishly or wastefully on. ex. "He blew a lot of money on his new home theatre"

blow (Verb) — Sound by having air expelled through a tube. ex. "The trumpets blew"

blow (Verb) — Play or sound a wind instrument. ex. "She blew the horn"

blow (Verb) — Provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation.

blow (Verb) — Cause air to go in, on, or through. ex. "Blow my hair dry"

blow (Verb) — Cause to move by means of an air current. ex. "The wind blew the leaves around in the yard"

blow (Verb) — Spout moist air from the blowhole. ex. "The whales blew"

blow (Verb) — Leave; informal or rude. ex. "Blow now!"

blow (Verb) — Lay eggs. ex. "certain insects are said to blow"

blow (Verb) — Cause to be revealed and jeopardized. ex. "The story blew their cover"

blow (Verb) — Show off.

blow (Verb) — Allow to regain its breath. ex. "blow a horse"

blow (Verb) — Melt, break, or become otherwise unusable. ex. "The lightbulbs blew out" ex. "The fuse blew"

blow (Verb) — Burst suddenly. ex. "The tire blew" ex. "We blew a tire"

68 types of
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