Examples of blown in a Sentence
if the tin can is blown, throw it away—the food inside is spoiled
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An administrative proceeding tends to be more streamlined than a full-blown trial, potentially saving both sides time and resources.
Perhaps not full-blown panic, but enough unease that the top prospect’s ongoing midsummer surge has been met with a breath of relief.
What started as a fad diet is now a full-blown lifestyle free from grains, most dairy, beans and legumes, sugar, and refined and processed foods.
Interestingly, Trump’s British alter ego on The Apprentice, Sir Alan Sugar, has risen with almost as little trace as Trump and is now a full-blown Lord in the Upper House.
After all, around 80 percent of heart disease is avoidable, and fully 25 percent of deaths from full-blown heart disease are, too.
Part of Busy Hill Road, or Route 167, is closed because of a blown transformer, police said.
Not a subpoena - not yet - but a starring role in a full-blown lawsuit dripping with a heaping helping of take-that.
By 1998, Indonesia was in full-blown crisis: the economy contracted 13 percent, millions of people were pushed into poverty and hundreds were killed in riots that eventually led to Suharto stepping down after more than 30 years in power.
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Origin and Etymology of blown
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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