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full blast

adverb

Definition of FULL BLAST

:  at full capacity :  with great intensity
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Examples of FULL BLAST

  1. <the unsuspecting parents arrived home to find the stereo going full blast and the kitchen a mess>

First Known Use of FULL BLAST

1909

Related to FULL BLAST

Synonyms
all out, full tilt, tooth and nail, full steam ahead, in full career, like crazy, to the hilt

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