Examples of blown in a Sentence
if the tin can is blown, throw it away—the food inside is spoiled
Recent Examples of blown from the Web
This is the stuff of sequel gold: combining familiar, bombastic combat with a full-blown nuke on major series expectations.
Now, Berniecare is full-blown single-payer socialism.
Available 12/16: 12) Fresh Dressed (2015) This captivating documentary chronicles the evolution of hip-hop fashion from streetwear to a full-blown lifestyle—baggy jeans, sneakers and designer labels included.
Nancy Strong said that the scarecrow contest, which culminated at the festival, actually predates the festival by a year, and blossomed into the full-blown event.
Disney mania has reached a full blown fever pitch among both children and adults.
Rates of colorectal cancer diagnosis also declined from 2005 to 2014, likely because an increase in screenings has allowed for more abnormal growths to be found and removed before developing into full-blown cancer.
This is a cash flow management problem, not a full-blown fiscal crisis.
And if someone would like to sidestep a full-blown alarm system but still wants a little gadgetry?
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Origin and Etymology of blown
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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