How to use Blow off in a sentence

blow off
  • We'll just have to let him blow off some steam, and then he'll come around.

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  • But before she could get out of the way, Josh bounced a blow off her shoulder.

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  • Without your mom acting as your alarm clock, it's tempting to blow off your morning psychology class.

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  • For applications utilizing a larger turbocharger, APS recommends the use of a high performance blow off valve.

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  • Getting covers that are too big is a mistake because they can blow off in high winds.

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  • Even just a simple weekend mini-trip is a great way to blow off steam after graduation, make memories with friends she's known for years and get in some fun before the intense academic schedule of college.

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  • This results in rapid respiration (tachypnea or faster and faster breathing) in an effort to bring in more oxygen and blow off more carbon dioxide.

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  • Posting a vent about a difficult client on your blog or a favorite message board may seem like a great way to blow off steam, but it's important to remember that your words could come back to haunt you.

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  • Felicity decides to blow off her pre-med enrollment at Stanford to follow Ben across the country to the University of New York.

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  • He Traveled to them, wanting to blow off some of the emotional build-up and kill those that threatened everyone around him.

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  • A small safety-valve placed in the steam pipe had been adjusted so as to blow off slightly at 310 lb and with a strong blast at 320 lb.

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