Synonyms of 'blowout'
1 bingeDictionary, party, feast
Once in a while we had a major blow-out.
She went on occasional drinking binges.
We threw a huge birthday party.
Lunch was a feast of meat, vegetables, cheese, and wine.
rave (British , slang)
an all-night rave
They attacked two London shops after a drinking spree.
beano (British , slang)
rave-up (British , slang)
hooley or hoolie mainly Irish , New Zealand)
2 punctureDictionary, burst, flat
A lorry travelling south had a blow-out and crashed.
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A blast is a big explosion, especially one caused by a bomb.
250 people were killed in the blast.
a heavy detonation echoed round the housing estate
Thesaurus for blowout from the Collins English Thesaurus
A blowout is a large meal , often a celebration with family or friends , at which people may eat too much.