How to use Blow-away in a sentence

blow-away
  • I thought the house was going to blow away.

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  • Being tightly secured will ensure that they don't blow away in heavy winds.

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  • Its tropical hibiscus print is on both sides and it's designed with a twist so that it can't blow away.

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  • His rendition of songs like ' I Ca n't Stop Loving You ' just blow away the original.

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  • Now that you've seen how many contests you can enter, here are some tips to help you blow away the competition.

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  • Don't water in the wind - A large part of the water will blow away and not benefit your lawn.

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  • Additionally, windy conditions add an element of danger to open fire cooking, as sparks can blow away to an area where there are flammable objects and cause dangerous and damaging fires.

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  • The umbrella can be considerably shorter and lighter than one you would need to plant in the sand, and far less likely to topple over or blow away.

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  • Even so, the sheet can be staked into the sand via grommets in each corner so it will not blow away.

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  • Sand is much less likely to stick either the bottom or the top surface, where it will blow away.

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  • You can also crack the beans with a hammer or a nutcracker and use a blow dryer to blow away the loose husks.

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  • In the Ala-kul steppes the winds blow away the snow.

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  • I know this amazing lady that makes salads that blow away anything and everything!

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  • Although pine straw is lightweight, it doesn't blow away or wash away as easily as wood chips do.

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