blown

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adjective \ˈblōn\

Definition of blown

  1. 1a :  swollenb :  affected with bloat

  2. 2 :  being out of breath

Examples of blown in a Sentence

  1. if the tin can is blown, throw it away—the food inside is spoiled

Origin and Etymology of blown

Middle English blowen, from past participle of blowen to blow


First Known Use: 14th century



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