Definition of 'blow out'
Example sentences containing 'blow out'
We had to blow out the candles first, and when we'd done so I heard myself say, `There go twenty-one wasted years of our married life.OUT OF THE ASHES CORMORANT
As far as it goes, my calculations indicate that the explosive would be sufficient to blow out the top of the tunnel lining.CORMORANT
SMOKE AND MIRRORS (2001)
Definition of blow out from the Collins English Dictionary
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