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
Sale, meanwhile, had some blowup starts - most recently allowing four home runs in a loss to Toronto.
Despite some high-profile blowups, reports by European companies from Volkswagen AG to Atlas Copco AB to luxury-goods giant Kering SA pleased investors, as did China’s Kweichow Moutai Co., the most valuable distiller.
But even with such big blowups, private equity has given fund investors better returns than public stock markets throughout the past decade, according to Bain & Co.
The predictable lust for a regime blowup is palpable around town.
About halfway through Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness' set, the veteran frontman decided to be playful (and risky) by hopping in a giant blowup duck and surfing the crowd -- while still singing.
The University of Pennsylvania chapter was suspended in December 2014 for a holiday card that showed mostly white members posing with a dark-skinned blowup doll, the campus newspaper reported.
After three consecutive blowups (six runs or more) after that, Foltynewicz has since settled down (three runs in 11 1/3 innings across two starts).
Still, the latest blowup on Aug. 26 has people nervous.
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Definition of blow up
- advertisers blowing up their products
- blow up a balloon
- it may blow up a storm
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
The men went on raids to grab food or sabotage the Nazis by blowing up bridges and rail tracks.
Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has gotten used to making headlines, predominantly for blowing up backfields as one of the NFL’s best interior defensive linemen.
The Athletic lifted its paywall for this feature on emerging cult hero Giorgio Tavecchio, the Raiders kicker who was cut seven times before blowing up in Sunday's win in Tennessee.
Considering Season Six ended with Cersei blowing up about a dozen major characters, and the Red Wedding killed every important person in one scene in Season Three, Game of Thrones Season Seven was pretty forgiving.
Parker is perhaps best known for blowing up a garden shed and hanging its fragmented remains at the Tate Modern.
Someone blew up a mailbox Thursday in the 3700 block of Aldino Road.
Alshon Jeffery could have blown up the locker room.
While many researchers see the issue as largely settled, researchers at the National Toxicology Program (NTP) blew up the phone-cancer issue again last year.
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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;
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