A prize is awarded to the one who blows out the most candles.
It blows out the matches, it blows out the candles, it blows out the gas lights.
It blows out the light, and in the darkness Leah is taken for Rachel.
It blows out with sufficient pressure to carry a man forty yards.
I ain't throwing you, Doc—I just blows out of here with me trap closed.
You ought to allow the gas to flow for about four seconds; that fills all the little holes with gas and blows out the air.
A Roman fell upon his sword, a Japanese rips up his stomach, and an Englishman blows out his brains with a pistol.
When the powder explodes, it blows out the bullets, which fly forward in a cone-shaped shower.
A Dutch officer having taken liberties with a Belgian woman, she blows out his brains with a pistol.
Lidon, after having defended himself, blows out his brains, Condorcet takes poison in the guard-room of Bourg-la-Reine.