[ UK /sˈændblɑːst/ ]
[ US /ˈsændˌbɫæst/ ]
  1. grind with a sandblast
    sandblast the facade of the building
  1. a blast of wind laden with sand
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How To Use sandblast In A Sentence

  • I'm looking for the appearance of sandblasting without the expense. Times, Sunday Times
  • The masonry surface may need to be prepared by sandblasting, application of a primer, and puttying.
  • It has been reroofed, and the outside walls have been sandblasted and repointed.
  • All the companies said that they regularly audited factories to police a ban on sandblasting introduced last year. Times, Sunday Times
  • The decaying church building will be re-roofed, its stonework sandblasted and the spire will become part of one apartment.
  • But you don't need a cold spell - or sandblasting equipment - to give your windows that frosted look.
  • But when he lost his job he used his redundancy pay to start a sandblasting business. The Sun
  • The marks have to be sandblasted away and that in itself has adverse effects on the building.
  • The concrete piers were sandblasted to create a rough, weathered texture, and native trees and saguaros run along the wash, helping the structure blend with the desert.
  • But instead they're sandblasting the larger, more imposing properties of Barkerend Road, which looked comparatively decent, unlike the rows of decrepit back streets hidden behind.
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