How to use Blow-it in a sentence
I tagged both with GPS and a speck of C4, so if you lose either, we can blow it up.
He rigged the building but didn't blow it.
He hoped he wouldn't blow it.
I don't want the kids thinking that just because we have money they can blow it on every whim.
Besides, I've managed to stay on my schedule for the last three years and I'm not about to blow it now with a silly romantic fling.Advertisement
The snow was typical; light and fluffy and a mere six inches required no more effort than a sweeping motion to blow it away.
Even if your drive is somewhat wayward, there's a reasonable chance that a benign breeze will blow it back on line.
Even if your drive is somewhat wayward, there 's a reasonable chance that a benign breeze will blow it back on line.
You've nailed the business model, and now it's time to tell the world about it, blow it out in the marketplace and make something big.
When teenagers do drugs, some blow it off, saying things like "kids will be kids" or "I did it when I was young".Advertisement
When you try to exit the room, you'll find that the door won't open, so you'll have to blow it off with your shotgun.
It's out of the way when it needs to be, but when you have guests, it only takes minutes to blow it up and slap some sheets on it.
To achieve a smooth look that lasts, separate your hair into sections with clips and blow it dry with a round brush.
Apply a firm hold gel or styling lotion to damp hair and blow it dry.
It is affordable, easy to transport and doesn’t need any mechanical tools to inflate it; an adult or older child can easily blow it up by mouth.Advertisement
Stick the gift card in a balloon and then blow it up.
For each one, take a deep breath and blow it away - literally.
Anyone who has ever been dumped by an SMS breakup knows what a big blow it can be.
Add some styling cream or volumizing spray to wet hair and blow it dry.