Examples of blowout in a Sentence
The car crashed after one of its tires had a blowout.
We had a big blowout to celebrate his promotion.
The game was expected to be close but it turned out to be a blowout.
Recent Examples of blowout from the Web
Mississippi State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald torched Kentucky with 115 rushing yards and two touchdowns in a blowout loss two weeks ago.
And thankfully, very fake-able with regular salon visits and blowouts.
After a series of farewell blowouts in the summer of 2016 that saw revelers, including Niccolini himself, wade in the restaurant’s bubbling pool, the Four Seasons finally closed.
That could be a factor against the Mountaineers, which will be looking to bounce back after last week’s blowout loss to Oklahoma State.
La Costa Canyon High scored quickly and often Friday night and made a statement for the third week in a row, routing visiting Escondido 38-0 for its third straight blowout win.
One scout’s interview overlapped a blowout loss at home.
To make your blowout last longer, separate your hair into sections and loosely twist them before going to sleep.
Just for kicks The Week 8 contests weren't all blowouts, and two were decided by game-winning field goals.
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First Known Use of blowout
Synonymsaffair, bash, binge, blast, party, do, event, fete (or fête), function, get-together, powwow, reception, shindig
Related Wordsbenefit, fund-raiser; ball, dance, formal, prom; celebration, gala, occasion; bacchanal, bacchanalia, orgy, saturnalia; bake, clambake, cocktail party, hen party, house party, housewarming, icebreaker, kaffeeklatsch, kegger (also keg party), klatch (also klatsch), masquerade, meet and greet, mixer, salon, shower, social, soiree (or soirée), stag, supper, symposium, tea, tea party
Definition of blow out
- she blew out her knee in the race
Examples of blow out in a Sentence
blew out a smoke ring and began to tell us a good yarn
Recent Examples of blow out from the Web
House Speaker Paul Ryan has said a 15 percent rate is impractically low, with a rate somewhere in the low- to mid-20 percent range more viable to avoid blowing out the deficit.
Brady will also have to close enough loopholes and special breaks to prevent blowing out the federal deficit.
Revenue blows into LegacyTexas from dozens of bank branches in the northern part of the Lone Star State, and generous dividends blow out to shareholders.
Opening day starter Junior Guerra blew out a calf three innings into the season and never approached his stellar form of a season ago.
Over their past 12 games, nobody has been able to blow out Air Force.
Heavy rain blew out the lower river over the weekend.
The figures careen their heads upward, trying to blow out a candle that sits on the table.
Hurricane Wilma, which blew through in 2005 as a Category 2 storm, blew out an untold number of windows in Miami buildings constructed after Andrew.
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First Known Use of blow out
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