[ US /ˈbɫoʊˌaʊt/ ]
[ UK /blˈə‍ʊa‍ʊt/ ]
  1. a gay festivity
  2. an easy victory
  3. a sudden malfunction of a part or apparatus
    as a result of the blowout we lost all the lights
    the right front tire had a blowout
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How To Use blowout In A Sentence

  • For the last seven years this annual blowout has attracted writers, b-boys, b-girls, MCs and turntablists from around the world, and this year is no different.
  • This is dangerous as some of the tyres don't go down but are weakened, which could cause blowouts.
  • Examination showed subconjunctival and subcutaneous emphysema, and radiography confirmed the presence of an orbital ‘blowout’ fracture.
  • Game 1 was a blowout, and the Bulls got a major psychological edge that helped them to their second straight title.
  • He hasn't tried anything like that since their blowout years ago.
  • Jokes spring up where you would most and least expect them-in a frat house bedroom during a blowout party, or at an octogenarian's funeral.
  • Potholing, creation of a steep-sided bowlshaped cavity, may be caused by loss of surfacing, basecourse erosion, advanced cracking under traffic or severe weather, or water-induced blowouts.
  • ‘Now, I get very panicky at the sound of a loud explosion caused by a tire blowout or the sound of a car backfiring in the parking lot,’ he said jokingly.
  • According to official figures, there have been just two gas blowouts since 1992, and they killed a total of 17 people.
  • A haven of genteel entertainment might persuade local residents that there were pleasurable and respectable alternatives to a knock-down drunken blowout every weekend.
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