Examples of blowout in a Sentence
The car crashed after one of its tires had a blowout.
We had a big blowout to celebrate his promotion.
The game was expected to be close but it turned out to be a blowout.
Recent Examples of blowout from the Web
That helped the Rockets turn the game into a blowout with a 36-point third-quarter lead.
After blowouts, shutouts and oh-so-easy wins, the Indians went into extras for the first time to keep the longest streak in 101 years intact.
This is the blowout finale of the series, a two-night festival to commemorate the past 10 years of creative music.
The contest has largely revolved around Trump, and looks to be the closest major race in a year that is also expected to feature blowouts in other high-profile contests.
Everyone is playing heavy minutes, even though three of the Clips’ wins were blowouts.
Goshen's first seven games were blowouts, but the eighth game will go down as an instant classic for anyone that had an eyeball on the field at Jim Brown Stadium.
Next was the blowout first quarter of fiscal year 2013.
Kirtz had six catches for 112 yards and two touchdowns and added an 80-yard TD run in last week’s 59-0 blowout win over Franklin.
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First Known Use of blowout
Synonymsaffair, bash, binge, blast, party, do, event, fete (or fête), function, get-together, powwow, reception, shindig
Related Wordsbenefit, fund-raiser; ball, dance, formal, prom; celebration, gala, occasion; bacchanal, bacchanalia, orgy, saturnalia; bake, clambake, cocktail party, hen party, house party, housewarming, icebreaker, kaffeeklatsch, kegger (also keg party), klatch (also klatsch), masquerade, meet and greet, mixer, salon, shower, social, soiree (or soirée), stag, supper, symposium, tea, tea party
Definition of blow out
- she blew out her knee in the race
Examples of blow out in a Sentence
blew out a smoke ring and began to tell us a good yarn
Recent Examples of blow out from the Web
The technique wasn't perfect; the balloon would occasionally get blown out over the Pacific Ocean before being steered back over Peru.
The Jaguars entered the 2017 season with optimism, but were blown out by Ole Miss and Oklahoma State to start the year.
Hurricanes Irma and Maria blasted through some islands in the Caribbean, but that doesn’t mean your cruise itinerary will get blown out, too.
Apartments in this fickle town have been boxed in, blown out and retrofitted by waves of new buyers, all while new buildings rose around them.
K-State’s two losses — the other was at Vanderbilt, which has been blown out three times in a row since — are each by just one touchdown.
What happens if your starting quarterback turns pro or blows out a knee in spring practice, and the boosters get restless?
McKenna has a head start, having blown out his candles back in July; Barnes will catch up in November.
The ladies are super sweet and the $35 blow outs are fabulous!
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