Examples of blowup in a Sentence
The blowup of the photograph was easy to frame.
The two of them had a big blowup about something trivial.
The coach's latest blowup occurred when one of his players arrived late.
Recent Examples of blowup from the Web
The political blowup comes just three days before a visit by Trump, who is highly unpopular in Britain.
The blowup was first reported by Axios and comes on the eve of Liu's visit to Washington on Thursday for the next round of trade talks with his US counterparts.
The Vixen is also still in her feelings about last week's blowup.
China’s crackdown on shadow banking has caused some high-profile blowups.
That no longer seems a probable outcome following Hammel's third consecutive blowup.
Talib and Suh have each been previously been suspended by the NFL for unsportsmanlike conduct, and Peters was banned for one game by Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid after a blowup last year.
The social media blowup, which pitted Rhymefest against West’s spouse Kim Kardashian West, was the first public sign of problems.
But what will be the impact of the Singapore summit and the G-7 blowup?
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Definition of blow up
- advertisers blowing up their products
- blow up a balloon
- it may blow up a storm
- In the ensuing two years Gibson blew up to more than 400 pounds as he ate an over-abundance of fast foods …
- —Tim Crothers
- Latin-tinged pop is blowing up because it fits the musical times: …
- —Christopher John Farley
Examples of blow up in a Sentence
she blew up at everybody after a very long and very bad day
the building blew up because of a gas leak
Recent Examples of blow up from the Web
Maybe runaway success require a youthful disregard for precedent or a willingness to blow up the traditional way of doing things?
Cold Alaska winter winds need not be accounted for, Akiyama said, but Nikiski's common summer wind blowing up Cook Inlet from the south-southwest could compound the impact of the hot air recirculation by blowing the hot air into the compressors.
Most alarming for Brooks, though, is Howard’s uncanny ability to blow up his head coaches.
Hollywood would rather show a half dozen planets being blown up than a single, memorable kiss.
The most recent incident blew up on social media Saturday when a white woman in San Francisco threatened to call the cops on an eight-year-old black girl.
Southwest passengers whose flight engine blew up in April are now suing the company, alleging the airline failed to take proper safeguards to prevent the blowout that killed one woman and forced an emergency landing in Philadelphia.
And then the photo of her striptease ends up blown up as a huge decorative poster at the prom!
Sentsov was seized by Russian security forces after Moscow forcibly annexed Crimea in 2014, accused of a terrorist plot to blow up a statue of Lenin and of setting fire to the offices of a Kremlin-loyal political party.
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blow up Synonyms
blow a gasket, blow one's cool, blow one's stack, blow one's top, fly into a rage, fly off the handle, forget oneself, go ballistic, have a fit, hit the ceiling, hit the roof, lose one's cool, lose one's temper;
BLOWUP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blowup for English Language Learners
: a photograph that has been made larger
: an angry argument
: an occurrence in which someone becomes very angry : an angry outburst
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