blow over

  1. disappear gradually
    The pain eventually passed off
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How To Use blow over In A Sentence

  • They hoped that the disturbances would soon blow over.
  • The questions mooted he referred to a mere monkish jealousy -- an unsober gust of passion which would soon blow over. Luther and the Reformation: The Life-Springs of Our Liberties
  • You tell Lindsay not to sweat it - the whole thing is bound to blow over in a week or two.
  • The biggest, a massive blow over long-on, cleared the indoor school. Times, Sunday Times
  • The scandal will soon blow over.
  • The natural process is just like the freeze blow over the water surface.
  • Anyone who has tried it knows that trees don't grow well on high moorland and are liable to blow over before maturity. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wait, and it'll all blow over.
  • The clouds will soon blow over.
  • Two years later I sat in the little town of Loreto watching the whitecaps blow over the ocean.
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