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Blow

Antonyms for blow:

save.

Synonyms for blow:

Sense 1

peck, knockout, kick, breath, breathe out, bronchus, burgeon, gum up, trill, disincentive, fillip, gale, hurricane, diaphragm, thunderbolt, gasp, spanking, emit, rabbit punch, thrust, effloresce, wind, bronchiole, freshen, bad breath, tap, eye opener, sputum, Fanfaronade, snort, scandal, peep, hammer blow, puff out, kicker, sizzle, twang, punch, windpipe, snuffle, awakening, jangle, sough, lung, travesty, squelch, bronchial tube, collision, affront, tornado, bash, hiccup, asphyxia, fritter away, clout, breathing, breathe in, kiss of death, inhalation, bombshell, spank, artificial respiration.

Sense 2

boggle, crime, patter, surprise, braggadocio, storm cloud, defeat, misfortune, shocker, airway, sock, bat, zinger, action, pick, undoing, rodomontade, splutter, deterrence, indecency, whiplash, cough, burble, pant, ding, chest, unpleasantness, conk, jingle, grate, walloping.

Sense 3

breathe, veer, goad, winnow, explode, revelation, draw in, strike, outrage, zephyr, quit, deterrent, rasp, depart, sniff, affair, bonk, wallop, trauma, scrape, pop, bop, sigh, click, welt, tragedy.

Sense 4

stifle, babble, shove, treat, gulp, suffocate, bust, burst, swipe, first, chop, belt, turn, leave, sound.

Sense 5

snag, crunch, retire, butt, fool.

Sense 6

dissipate, slap, howl, air, muddle, poison, evil, withdraw, stand.

Sense 7

get up, lick, stamp, choke, smack.

Sense 8

cloud, buzz.

Sense 9

run, split, foul, scratch.

Sense 10

stuff, pit.

Sense 12

negative.

Sense 14

pick up.

Sense 16

rise.

Sense 17

drop.

Sense 18

HIT, go.

blow-out

blow out.

boast

gasconade, cock-a-doodle-doo.

bollix up

bollocks up.

carry

waft.

catastrophe

disaster.

convey

waft.

crash

smash.

disaster

catastrophe.

foul-up

foul up.

hit

wham.

injury

damage.

jab

poke.

lam

run off.

mess-up

mess up.

mishandle

mishandle.

pant

whiff.

poke

jab.

reversal

reversal, comedown.

shock

shock, percussion.

shove

push.

shove off

shove off.

spread

spew.

stroke

whack.

thrust

stab.

waste

fritter away, waste, emaciate, throw away.

whack

thwack.

Other synonyms and related words:

blast, thwack, blow in, HIT, disaster, pant, whack, bang, waft, smash, action, louse up, poke, waste, botch, squander, sound, blow off, buffet, knock, bat, rap, go, thump, scud, belt, split, deed, gasconade, wind, sock, bungle, flurry, clout, vapor, punch, bash, cut, shock, effloresce, gasp, turn, dissipate, lick, smack, jab.

Sense 1 (noun)

belt, sock, strike, jab, bat, whack, smack, wallop, clout, bop, thwack, HIT, poke, swipe, thrust, bash, kick, punch, slap, scoot, lick.

Sense 2 (noun)

tragedy, surprise.

Sense 3 (noun)

wind, hurricane, gale.

Sense 4 (noun)

winnow, spend, breath.

Sense 5 (noun)

gasp, zinger, pant, revelation, scandal, affront.

Sense 6 (noun)

breathing, bronchus, pop, bronchial tube, burst, airway, asphyxia, bust, bad breath, artificial respiration, explode, bronchiole.

Sense 7 (noun)

go off, detonate.

Sense 9 (noun)

depart, retire, run, leave, go, quit, split, withdraw.

Sense 11 (noun)

drop, stand, treat, howl, freshen, rise, get up, pick up.

Sense 14 (noun)

cloud, crime, effloresce, deterrence, goad, evil, kiss of death, burgeon, disincentive, deterrent.

act (noun)

puff.

blast, rush of air, wind (noun)

flurry, squall, gale, gust, hurricane, draft.

blow (noun)

botch up, squander, boast, muck up, blast, fellate, bollocks up, gasconade, bollix, bump, swash, go down on, ball up, fumble, fuck up, botch, louse up, shoot a line, tout, drift, bungle, bumble, bollocks, brag, puff, gust, gas, vaunt, float, be adrift, shove along, shock, reversal, shove off, setback, bluster, burn out, bobble, bollix up, flub, fluff, screw up, mishandle, spoil, reverse.

blow out (noun)

snuff out, extinguish.

blow over (noun)

dissipate.

blow up (noun)

go off, burst, explode, blast, detonate.

catastrophe (noun)

comedown, reverse, disaster, bombshell, letdown, misfortune, disappointment, tragedy, setback.

disappointment (noun)

setback, letdown.

disappointments (noun)

betrayal, dud, downer, brave new world, disappointment, false dawn, might-have-been, letdown, shame, blind alley, fool's gold, anticlimax, bummer, nonevent.

event (noun)

shock, bump.

hard hit (noun)

bop, concussion, shock, collision, rap, cut, kick, lick, bump, bang, percussion, bat, jab, swipe, thwack, belt, ding, jolt, sock, smash, knockout, smack, thump, strike, whack, poke, bash, wallop, jar, punch, slap, impact, thrust, knock, clout.

violent storm (noun)

gale.

wallop (noun)

wallop.

wind (noun)

zephyr.

blast, rush of air, wind (verb)

buffet, exhale, puff, gasp, waft, ruffle, whiff, breathe, pant, heave.

blow (verb)

draft, puff, storm, squall, ventilate, gust, exhale, wail, rage, roar, breeze.

boast (verb)

bluster, flaunt, gloat, strut, boast, saunter, vaunt, aggrandize, crow, parade, peacock, brag, prance, preen, cock-a-doodle-doo, pontificate, bluff, swagger, lord.

leave suddenly (verb)

split, go, depart.

make sound, usually with instrument (verb)

sound, blast.

use up money (verb)

spend, waste, dissipate, squander.

Usage examples for blow:

  • And we did have a blow. - "The Island Treasure", John Conroy Hutcheson.
  • I could blow him out myself. - "Lady Maude's Mania", George Manville Fenn.
  • But a new blow fell upon him. - "The Freedmen's Book", Lydia Maria Child.

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