Definition of 'blow in'
Example sentences containing 'blow in'
IN LOVE AND WAR
And it was not unknown for a peevish north-easter to blow in off the Wash from March to the end of June.THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
And his father had told him that, in the East, it was always important to get the first blow in oneself.KARA KUSH
When the candle went out Firebug got up and stuffed some more rags into the hole in the window so the cold wouldn't blow in so strong.SPIDERTOWN (1994)
Definition of blow in from the Collins English Dictionary
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