blow into (a place)


: to arrive at (a place) in a sudden or unexpected way
He just blew into town and needs a place to stay.

Examples of blow into (a place) in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Seats rattle as the film's wind and air effects blow into the audience. Ben Tracy, CBS News, 12 Oct. 2023 Simply unscrew them and blow into the screw to ensure the tube is clear. Annie Lane, Anchorage Daily News, 22 Aug. 2023 South winds will blow into the 101 corridor between Gilroy and Morgan Hill today, raising rain showers that will spread into San Jose and the Santa Clara Valley during the day. Gerry Díaz, San Francisco Chronicle, 4 Mar. 2023 East Bay: Chilly winds and slight showers are slated to blow into the Oakland and Berkeley hills as well as the delta region Saturday morning. Gerry Díaz, San Francisco Chronicle, 6 May 2023 The entire Tristate is under an air quality alert Wednesday as Canadian wildfire smoke continues to blow into Ohio. Erin Couch, The Enquirer, 25 July 2023 North Bay: Warm, dry winds will blow into the Mayacamas Mountains and some of the highlands in Sonoma and Napa counties this morning, signaling the return of calm and sunny conditions across the region. Gerry Díaz, San Francisco Chronicle, 15 Mar. 2023 The ones in the Littleton lab and in the Schneider truck tests don’t require users to blow into a tube. Globe Staff,, 22 Feb. 2022 People often use the term haboob to describe the huge, dramatic walls of dust that sometimes blow into Phoenix. Ellie Willard, The Arizona Republic, 1 Sep. 2023 See More

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“Blow into (a place).” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 1 Mar. 2024.

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