blow out[ bloh ]SEE DEFINITION OF blow out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOW OUT
The Olivia will, I hope, in time, blow out in full perfection.
He must blow gently, just strong enough to blow out the sand, and no stronger.
The master does—when he gives them a half holiday or a blow out.
Well, my friend, you can blow out of town on the breeze, just like you blew in.
If I chose, I could put you off at the end of the year as easily as I can blow out this match.
Just as I put my hand on the lock, I contrived to blow out the candle, as if it was the wind.
If a pin is put through a lamp cord, a fuse is likely to blow out.
If you do, you will have to pay for the other fuses which may blow out.
As a last resort he could blow out his brains and have it ended.
Then they blow out what rock and earth remains, with nitro-glycerine.