[ UK /blˈə‍ʊɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈbɫoʊɪŋ/ ]
  1. processing that involves blowing a gas
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How To Use blowing In A Sentence

  • These require you to face manipulative individuals, relinquish your rights unfairly or be exquisitely tactful when you'd be justified in blowing up. Times, Sunday Times
  • Crank baits trolled parallel to the shore or over sand flats in the DIRTY water where wind is blowing waves into the shore or shallows is good too regardless of the depth. Whats a good bait to use for walleye? ive never caught one but we now have land at a lake that is stocked with some.
  • The only recent changes have been trees blowing down and the repair of thatched roofs. Times, Sunday Times
  • For a week after the headlands of Tarifa and Spartel have sunk under the eastern horizon, the vessel is kept every day upon her course, -- her top-gallant and studding sails all distent with the wind blowing freely from over Biscay. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 104, June, 1866
  • The volume breathed out in the first second of forceful blowing into a spirometer, measured in litres.
  • And, then, before he knew it, another song had started up; the same voice, the same wonderful, mind-blowing music.
  • A white strip of birch bark blowing up from the hollow over the brown floor of the grove made her heart stand still. Anne of Green Gables
  • For Huysmans, kirsch is the "wild blowing of a trumpet blast. Do They Taste of Trumpets?
  • Add to this mix the prospects of an economy supercharged by €12 billion when the special saving investments accounts start to mature in under two years' time, and the economic winds seem to blowing fair for stocks.
  • Charlie tried to lift her head to look at the house but the wind was blowing too hard for her to do so.
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