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blow-by the leakage of unburned gases or of air mixed with fuel into the crankcase of an automobile engine, or the gases so leaking. [2 definitions]
blow-by-blow in full and precise detail, as a description or report.
blow-dry to dry or arrange (the hair) with the aid of an electrical hand-held air blower. [2 definitions]
blower someone or something that blows, esp. a machine that forces air to blow.
blowfish the puffer or globefish.
blowfly any of various flies that deposit their eggs on carrion, dung, or the open sores or wounds of living animals.
blowgun a hollow tube through which missiles such as darts, pellets, or arrows may be projected by blowing.
blowhole a single nostril in the top of the head, through which a whale or similar animal breathes. [3 definitions]
blow job (vulgar slang) an act of fellatio.
blown swollen or bloated; inflated. [5 definitions]
blow off steam (informal) to express pent-up anger or frustration in speech or action.
blow one's top (informal) to lose emotional control; become angry.
blowout the sudden bursting of a vessel containing air or liquid under pressure, esp. an automobile tire. [2 definitions]
blow out to stop the burning of something with the movement of air.
blow over to subside; let up.
blowpipe a metal tube through which air or gas is forced in a controlled flow into a flame to concentrate and intensify its heat. [3 definitions]
blowtorch a portable oil-burning or gas-burning device producing an intense, localized flame suitable for melting or cutting metal.
blowup an explosion. [3 definitions]
blow up to destroy or be destroyed through an explosion. [5 definitions]
blowy characterized by blowing; breezy or windy. [2 definitions]
blowzy coarse and ruddy-faced. [2 definitions]