Results for blow

Definitions of blow:

part of speech: present participle

Blowing.

part of speech: noun

A flower; a blossom; a blast; a gale of wind; an egg laid by a fly; the spouting of a whale; a stroke with the hand or with a weapon; an act of enmity; a sudden shock or misfortune.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To blossom; to flower; to move, as air, at different rates of speed and force; to pant; to breathe quickly; to sound by having air forced into, as a whistle; to spout water.

part of speech: noun

A stroke; first act of hostility; a sudden calamity.

part of speech: verb

To move as air; to pant or puff; to throw or drive a current of air into or upon; to warm by the breath; to deposit eggs as flies.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To produce a current of air: to move, as air or the wind.

part of speech: verb transitive

To drive a current of air upon; to send forward or impel by a current of air; to cause to sound by forcing air through, as a whistle; to clear by forcing air through; form by forcing air into, as bubbles; put out of breath by fatigue; scatter or shatter by explosives.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To bloom or blossom:- pr. p. blowing; pa. p. blown.

part of speech: past tense

Blew.

part of speech: noun

A stroke or knock: a sudden misfortune or calamity.

part of speech: verb

To come into flower; to show flower.

part of speech: past participle

Blown.

part of speech: verb transitive

To drive air upon or into: to drive by a current of air: to sound as a wind instrument:- pa. t. blew ( bloo); pa. p. blown.

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