Noun(1) a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon(2) an impact (as from a collision(3) an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating(4) an unpleasant or disappointing surprise(5) a strong current of air(6) street names for cocaine(7) forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth
Verb(1) exhale hard(2) be blowing or storming(3) free of obstruction by blowing air through(4) be in motion due to some air or water current(5) make a sound as if blown(6) shape by blowing(7) be inadequate or objectionable(8) make a mess of, destroy or ruin(9) spend thoughtlessly; throw away(10) spend lavishly or wastefully on(11) sound by having air expelled through a tube(12) play or sound a wind instrument(13) provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation(14) cause air to go in, on, or through(15) cause to move by means of an air current(16) spout moist air from the blowhole
(1) To the vendors, this is a disappointment, but not too severe a blow .(2) Knocking the man to his knees with blow to his head, Carl struck out a second time, using the gun handle again to incapacitate the last of his would be assailants with a hard blow to his skull.(3) He and his club will get their opportunity to blow some more hot air in defence of the charges on March 24.(4) The wind started out as just a gentle breeze, but soon evolved into a strong blow .(5) If you are downwind when the whales blow , there is no mistaking the content of their gargantuan diet.(6) ├ö├ç├┐I wonder what Mrs. Thatcher felt like when she came walking over the heath in her bride-dress, and Mr. Thatcher's arm in her arm, and the blush roses in blow , and none in all that great place but him and her?├ö├ç├û(7) This disappointment was a real blow for me - I'm usually a sucker for movies about seniors bonding with other species.(8) You've got to be spontaneous, that's all I know, like jazz, just blow as long and as deep as you can.(9) I'm not too deeply saddened by the news but it did come as a sudden blow to the vitals.(10) Board up, pack up, and blow town before the traffic chokes.(11) He was struck once in the left shoulder, merely a glancing blow .(12) The thermometer stood at 68Ôö¼Ôûæ in the shade at noon; butterflies fluttered among the flowers, of which many were in full blow ; and we expected to have seen alligators half-awake floating on the numberless logs that accompanied us in our slow progress.(13) The man, who was dealt a severe blow on the farming front last weekend when he lost his entire herd of healthy livestock to foot and mouth, bids to bounce back at Aintree tomorrow.(14) A computer generated voice comes to life as klaxons sound and whistles blow .(15) Wind gusts can blow the rotting trees down, posing a serious enough danger that the city removes them for reasons of liability.(16) I feel like I just blow my money and it means nothing.