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English Synonyms and Antonyms0.0 / 0 votes

  1. blow

    A blow is a sudden impact, as of a fist or a club; a stroke is a sweeping movement; as, the stroke of a sword, of an oar, of the arm in swimming. A shock is the sudden encounter with some heavy body; as, colliding railway-trains meet with a shock; the shock of battle. A slap is given with the open hand, a lash with a whip, thong, or the like; we speak also of the cut of a whip. A buffet or cuff is given only with the hand; a blow either with hand or weapon. A cuff is a somewhat sidelong blow, generally with the open hand; as, a cuff or box on the ear. A stripe is the effect or mark of a stroke. In the metaphorical sense, blow is used for sudden, stunning, staggering calamity or sorrow; stroke for sweeping disaster, and also for sweeping achievement and success. We say a stroke of paralysis, or a stroke of genius. We speak of the buffets of adverse fortune. Shock is used of that which is at once sudden, violent, and prostrating; we speak of a shock of electricity, the shock of an amputation, a shock of surprise. Compare BEAT.

    Synonyms:
    box, buffet, calamity, concussion, cuff, cut, disaster, knock, lash, misfortune, rap, shock, stripe, stroke, thump

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms0.0 / 0 votes

  1. blow

    Synonyms:
    puff, blast, breath, stroke, infliction, wound, disappointment, affliction, knock, shock, calamity, misfortune

    Antonyms:
    assuagement, consolation, relief, comfort, blessing, sparing

Princeton's WordNet0.0 / 0 votes

  1. blownoun

    a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon

    "a blow on the head"

    Synonyms:
    bump, reverse, nose candy, blast, puff, gust, snow, reversal, black eye, shock, coke, setback

  2. blow, bumpnoun

    an impact (as from a collision)

    "the bump threw him off the bicycle"

    Synonyms:
    swelling, nose candy, reversal, bump, setback, gibbousness, jut, snow, coke, shock, extrusion, black eye, bulge, reverse, protuberance, gibbosity, puff, protrusion, gust, prominence, hump, blast, excrescence

  3. reverse, reversal, setback, blow, black eyenoun

    an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating

    Synonyms:
    nose candy, reversal, turnabout, puff, turnaround, setback, snow, about-face, opposite, change of mind, gust, shock, black eye, reverse, flip-flop, verso, policy change, volte-face, mouse, turn around, shiner, contrary, bump, transposition, coke, reversion, blast, reverse gear

  4. shock, blownoun

    an unpleasant or disappointing surprise

    "it came as a shock to learn that he was injured"

    Synonyms:
    nose candy, reversal, bump, setback, snow, shock absorber, electrical shock, shock, jounce, black eye, jar, cushion, reverse, electric shock, stupor, puff, impact, seismic disturbance, gust, coke, daze, jolt, blast

  5. gust, blast, blownoun

    a strong current of air

    "the tree was bent almost double by the gust"

    Synonyms:
    nose candy, reversal, bam, snow, bump, setback, bang, flak, clap, fire, black eye, coke, reverse, attack, shock, puff, good time, gust, eruption, flack, blast

  6. coke, blow, nose candy, snow, Cnoun

    street names for cocaine

    Synonyms:
    degree centigrade, nose candy, reversal, deoxycytidine monophosphate, light speed, bump, setback, cytosine, snow, coke, vitamin C, shock, black eye, hundred, reverse, century, degree Celsius, ampere-second, coulomb, speed of light, puff, atomic number 6, gust, one C, ascorbic acid, carbon, blast, snowfall

  7. blow, puffverb

    forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth

    "he gave his nose a loud blow"; "he blew out all the candles with a single puff"

    Synonyms:
    nose candy, reversal, hassock, drag, bump, setback, comforter, powderpuff, snow, coke, shock, comfort, black eye, reverse, puff of air, quilt, pull, puff, pouffe, gust, whiff, ottoman, blast

  8. blowverb

    exhale hard

    "blow on the soup to cool it down"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  9. blowverb

    be blowing or storming

    "The wind blew from the West"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  10. blowverb

    free of obstruction by blowing air through

    "blow one's nose"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  11. float, drift, be adrift, blowverb

    be in motion due to some air or water current

    "The leaves were blowing in the wind"; "the boat drifted on the lake"; "The sailboat was adrift on the open sea"; "the shipwrecked boat drifted away from the shore"

    Synonyms:
    swash, rove, vagabond, botch, ramble, bungle, muck up, range, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, stray, tout, burn out, screw up, suck, gasconade, roll, fumble, flub, fellate, cast, ball up, err, freewheel, bollocks, wander, shoot a line, mess up, shove off, waste, louse up, bollocks up, float, gas, bollix, bluster, vaunt, swan, muff, tramp, blow out, swim, foul up, boast, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, squander, spoil, roam, bodge

  12. blowverb

    make a sound as if blown

    "The whistle blew"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  13. blowverb

    shape by blowing

    "Blow a glass vase"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  14. botch, bodge, bumble, fumble, botch up, muff, blow, flub, screw up, ball up, spoil, muck up, bungle, fluff, bollix, bollix up, bollocks, bollocks up, bobble, mishandle, louse up, foul up, mess up, fuck upverb

    make a mess of, destroy or ruin

    "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"

    Synonyms:
    vitiate, stammer, mud, plunder, impair, drift, pamper, hot up, flub, suck, featherbed, mar, gasconade, squander, ruffle up, boast, heat up, vaunt, itch, screw up, ball up, mire, frustrate, corrupt, bluster, gas, deflower, spoil, muck up, rape, tease, grope, violate, bollocks, mollycoddle, bungle, bollocks up, fumble, muck, shove along, shove off, foil, stutter, bollix, rumple, coddle, cosset, shoot a line, scotch, go bad, ruffle, baby, cross, louse up, fellate, float, botch up, bodge, mess up, brag, bobble, baffle, muff, be adrift, fluff, mess, mishandle, tout, foul up, swash, blunder, indulge, despoil, waste, go down on, stumble, blow out, bollix up, botch, thwart, bilk, bumble, falter, cocker, burn out, misconduct, mismanage

  15. waste, blow, squanderverb

    spend thoughtlessly; throw away

    "He wasted his inheritance on his insincere friends"; "You squandered the opportunity to get and advanced degree"

    Synonyms:
    rot, swash, gasconade, ravage, botch, neutralise, liquidate, ware, neutralize, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, scourge, burn out, lay waste to, suck, waste, fumble, shove along, flub, fellate, desolate, ball up, bluster, do in, run off, bollocks, macerate, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bollix, languish, vaunt, screw up, muff, devastate, shoot a line, blow out, emaciate, bollocks up, foul up, pine away, knock off, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, bungle, consume, bollix up, tout, spoil, boast, bodge

  16. blowverb

    spend lavishly or wastefully on

    "He blew a lot of money on his new home theater"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  17. blowverb

    sound by having air expelled through a tube

    "The trumpets blew"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  18. blowverb

    play or sound a wind instrument

    "She blew the horn"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  19. fellate, suck, blow, go down onverb

    provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, take in, botch, suck up, bungle, shove along, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, squander, burn out, flub, suck, waste, give suck, fumble, shove off, fellate, soak up, bluster, ball up, bollocks, suckle, bobble, mess up, nurse, louse up, bollocks up, float, gas, bollix, imbibe, vaunt, screw up, muff, shoot a line, blow out, breastfeed, draw, foul up, tout, fluff, sop up, drift, absorb, go down on, be adrift, lactate, bollix up, wet-nurse, take up, spoil, boast, bodge, suck in

  20. blowverb

    cause air to go in, on, or through

    "Blow my hair dry"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  21. blowverb

    cause to move by means of an air current

    "The wind blew the leaves around in the yard"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  22. blowverb

    spout moist air from the blowhole

    "The whales blew"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  23. shove off, shove along, blowverb

    leave; informal or rude

    "shove off!"; "The children shoved along"; "Blow now!"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, burn out, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, bollocks, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bodge

  24. blowverb

    lay eggs

    "certain insects are said to blow"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  25. blowverb

    cause to be revealed and jeopardized

    "The story blew their cover"; "The double agent was blown by the other side"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  26. boast, tout, swash, shoot a line, brag, gas, blow, bluster, vaunt, gasconadeverb

    show off

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, splatter, bungle, muck up, splash, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, burn out, flub, suck, waste, fumble, shove off, fellate, muff, ball up, sport, bollocks, mess up, feature, louse up, bollocks up, float, gas, bollix, plash, vaunt, screw up, spoil, tout, shoot a line, go down on, swagger, foul up, fluff, blow out, drift, bobble, bluster, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, squander, splosh, boast, bodge, spatter

  27. blowverb

    allow to regain its breath

    "blow a horse"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

  28. blow out, burn out, blowverb

    melt, break, or become otherwise unusable

    "The lightbulbs blew out"; "The fuse blew"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, quench, shove off, extinguish, snuff out, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, mess up, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bodge, bollocks

  29. blowverb

    burst suddenly

    "The tire blew"; "We blew a tire"

    Synonyms:
    swash, gasconade, botch, bungle, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, brag, tout, screw up, suck, waste, fumble, flub, fellate, ball up, bollocks up, burn out, bodge, mess up, shove off, louse up, squander, float, gas, bluster, vaunt, spoil, muff, shoot a line, blow out, foul up, fluff, drift, bobble, go down on, be adrift, shove along, bollix up, bollix, boast, bollocks

Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes

  1. blownoun

    Synonyms:
    stroke, knock, rap, pat, thump, dab, beat

  2. blownoun

    Synonyms:
    calamity, disaster, misfortune, affliction

  3. blownoun

    Synonyms:
    bloom, blossom, flower

  4. blownoun

    Synonyms:
    SPREE, carousal, drinking frolic, BLOW-OUT

  5. blowverb

    Synonyms:
    move or flow in currents (as the wind)

  6. blowverb

    Synonyms:
    pant, puff, lose breath, breathe hard

  7. blowverb

    Synonyms:
    flower, bloom, blossom

  8. blowverb

    Synonyms:
    BLAB, tell a secret, tell tales, let the cat out of the bag

  9. blowverb

    Synonyms:
    drive by the wind

  10. blowverb

    Synonyms:
    force wind upon, direct a current of air upon

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words0.0 / 0 votes

  1. blownoun

    Synonyms:
    blossom, bloom, whack, knock, thwack, rap, thump, assault, stroke, buffet, calamity, disaster, reverse, misfortune

  2. blowverb

    Synonyms:
    blossom, bloom, pant, puff, gasp, spout, inflate, puff up, distend, explode, shatter, boast, brag, bluster, vaunt, gasconade, rant, scold, censure

PPDB, the paraphrase database0.0 / 0 votes

  1. List of paraphrases for "blow":

    coup, explode, coke, slap, breath, shock, jump, setback, detonate, strike, stroke, suck, hit, deathblow, shot

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How to use blow in a sentence?

  1. Mohammed Shafiq:

    If you are a boy, they will brainwash you, strap bombs to your body and blow you up, if you are a girl, they will enslave and abuse you.

  2. Nikos Vasilakis:

    There are people trying to blow this out of proportion. But one of the few things we do know is that the Olympics are not going to be a major contributor in epidemiological terms.

  3. Former Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman:

    The court has suffered a terrible blow.

  4. Amnesty International:

    One of the key reasons the Egyptian people took to the streets in 2011 was to abolish the 30-year-long state of emergency imposed by Hosni Mubarak, granting the current president similar absolute powers is a deadly blow to human rights in Egypt.

  5. Karl Ake Roghe:

    They make a lot of damage, they send gunmen and suicide bombers to blow up the front wall and then they are immediately killed, so they achieve nothing.


Translations for blow

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • نفخArabic
  • веяць, дзьмуць, дуцьBelarusian
  • взривявам се, духам, удар, експлодирам, веяBulgarian
  • llepar, bufarCatalan, Valencian
  • foukat, vát, vanoutCzech
  • blæse, pusteDanish
  • blasen, Rückschlag, pusten, gehen, fortblasen, wehen, wegpusten, hochgehen, hinfortblasen, wegblasen, Böe, Schlag, explodierenGerman
  • φυσώGreek
  • bato, frapoEsperanto
  • arruinar, soplar, largar, golpe, mamar, cagar, reventar, chupar, apestar, irSpanish
  • ساک زدنPersian
  • puhaltaa, lennähtää, hengähdystauko, takaisku, palaa, rikkoutua, häipyä, törsätä, lennellä, särkeä, räjäyttää, [[olla]] [[syvä, ottaa suihin, puhuri, isku, polttaa, soida, tuhlata, rikkoa, soittaa, räjähtää, särkyä, suihkuttaa, lentää, loisto, kukkaloisto, kukintaFinnish
  • coup, voiles, flamber, souffler, chier, sucer, sauter, tirer, nul, exploser, se casser, jouer, claquer, pipeFrench
  • séidIrish
  • bualadh, sèid, beum, builleScottish Gaelic
  • soprarGalician
  • התפוצץ, ניפחHebrew
  • fúj, csapásHungarian
  • հարված, պայթել, ծծել, փչելArmenian
  • pukulanIndonesian
  • frapoIdo
  • ventata, botta, soffiare, folata, colpoItalian
  • 爆発, 吹くJapanese
  • 터지다, 불다, 날리다, 불리다, 그만두다, 아양떨다, 제기랄, 뿜다Korean
  • үйлөө, шамалдуу жел, күшүлдөө, жел чыгаруу, шишүү, айдоо, сокку, шамал үйлөөсү, желпилдетүү, көбүү, шамал соккусу, желбиретүү, желдөө, бышылдоо, желаргы сокку, шишип кетүү, айдап кийирүүKyrgyz
  • flo, suffloLatin
  • pūstiLithuanian
  • pūstLatvian
  • pipiha, pūawhe, taraweteMāori
  • пуши, дува, здив, удар, се распрснува, се вее, виор, дудлаMacedonian
  • tiup, hembusMalay
  • မှုတ်Burmese
  • slagNorwegian
  • waaien, tegenslag, slag, doorjagen, springen, blazen, ontploffen, spuiten, pijpenDutch
  • slagNorwegian Nynorsk
  • obciągać loda, robić loda, wiać, dmuchać, obciągać chuja, zdmuchnąć, dąć, obciągać fiuta, lizać pałęPolish
  • desgraça, assoprar, vazar, [[ser]] [[ruim]]/[[uma]] [[porcaria]], [[uma]] [[merda]], explodir, chupar, soprar, estourar, [[ser]] [[soprado]], ventania, golpe, sairPortuguese
  • wayray, phukuyQuechua
  • sofflar, sufflar, boffar, bufar, cuolp, zuflar, frida, zufler, freida, buffarRomansh
  • umfla, sufla, suflare, fluiera, furtună, lovitură, șuiera, cânta la un instrument, fi purtat, răsuflareRomanian
  • взрываться, веять, дунуть, сосать, выдувать, сдувать, продувать, взлетать на воздух, сморкаться, удар, сдуть, сморкнуться, взлететь на воздух, взорваться, повеять, подуть, передышка, отсосать, выдуть, дуть, продутьRussian
  • пушити, duvati, дувати, духати, pušiti, duhatiSerbo-Croatian
  • duť, vanúť, fúkaťSlovak
  • pihatiSlovene
  • suga av, blåsaSwedish
  • panchiSwahili
  • அடிTamil
  • దెబ్బTelugu
  • esmek, üflemekTurkish
  • віяти, дутиUkrainian
  • tẽn tò, nổ, thổi, bỏ đi, xài phí, thẹn thò, phù phù, bay, thẹn, thở, tẽn, phù, chuồn, phun nước, phung phíVietnamese
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