English words and Examples of Usage

use "blow" in a sentence

The big dangers of 'big data' Why, why, WHY! did Seahawks blow it?

Make sure not to blow your budget as soon as you get there, though.

Losing Romo is a massive blow to the Cowboys' fading playoff hopes.

"There are all kinds of considerations about why to blow up a house.

That was a blow to the Mahons and a mystery to the orphanage.

Despite the long run-up, Thursday's devaluation was a blow for many.

AQAP also tried to blow up a plane landing in Detroit in 2009.

The Scenic Railway fire was a major blow to the project, said Susan.

She was then threatened with someone wanting 'to blow her face off'.

Her group estimates we could blow the target as soon as 2033.

It never ceases to blow me away when I watch the therapists in action.

Would we recommend anyone blow so much cash on an end-of-life product?

Dowling said Stewart's skull was likely fractured with that first blow.

The FIFA ban has dealt a blow to Platini's hopes of succeeding Blatter.

“It will come another time when I will be prompted to blow the whistle.

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bolster - bold - boil - boast - blurry - blunt
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