Similar words: blow, blow off, blow up, blow out, blow over, blot, block, blouse. Meaning: [bləʊn] adj. 1. being moved or acted upon by moving air or vapor 2. (of glass) formed by forcing air into a molten ball 3. breathing laboriously or convulsively.
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1) His reputation is blown upon.
2) A lot of dust had blown in.
3) The storm has blown over.
4) The car was blown to bits.
5) Check whether a fuse has blown.
6) His ship was blown up by a torpedo.
7) The ship was blown off course.
8) The wind must have blown it over.
9) I have to get my front tyre blown up.
10) All the efforts have been blown away.
11) The boat was blown over by a squall.
12) Many trees were blown down in the gale.
13) The wind has blown apples down.
14) Many trees were blown down.
15) Fifty yards of track was blown up with dynamite.
16) The breeze blow blew, has blown off me long for your.
17) A lot of trees were blown down in the recent storms.
18) I was blown away by the tone and the quality of the story.
19) His one leg was blown off by a bomb in the war.
20) The wind had blown the rain in and soaked the carpet.
21) Power lines were blown down and we had a blackout of several hours.
22) Billows of smoke blown across the road by the wind made my eyes water.
23) We got our roof blown off in the gale last night.
24) The carbon14 atoms oxidize to carbon dioxide which gets blown about and mixed up with lower atmosphere.
25) The wind is too with the pain you give is blown away.
26) Ease out the large sail or we shall be blown over!
27) The storm raged all night but by morning it had blown over.
28) The carbon 14 atoms oxidise to carbon dioxide which gets blown about and mixed up with lower atmosphere.
29) In Tobruk, leading a patrol in no-man's land,(http://sentencedict.com/blown.html) he was blown up by a mortar bomb.
30) He took a dictionary to hold down the test papers for fear that they might be blown away by the wind.