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
Then there’s new starting quarterback Jacob Beck, who only threw 12 passes last year as a junior in a blowout loss to Valhalla.
In earnings, Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd.’s report will be closely watched after Tencent’s blowout numbers yesterday, with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. also due before the bell.
The more than 1-year-old Lowell Rotary is having a blowout fundraiser.
That’s when Florida’s defense laid down in the grass, allowing Miami to score in the blowout game and giving the Gators the ball back with enough time for Reaves to break the record.
The blowout salon has two other Illinois locations in Chicago.
During the blowout, acid-mine drainage spewed at tens of thousands of gallons per minute.
The Mets’ record on Sundays this year is now 5-10, including some of their most lopsided losses of the season, such as the 23-5 blowout at the hands of the Nationals in Washington on April 30.
Threat level: 7 Outside of the 2014 Alabama blowout (59-0), Texas A&M has been at least a pesky team that the Tide had to put away late.
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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
First Known Use of blow out
BLOWOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blowout for English Language Learners
: a sudden loss of air caused by a hole or cut in a tire
: a large and informal social gathering : a big party
: an easy victory : a game or contest in which the winner defeats the loser by a large amount
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