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A strong wind was blowing across the moors.
There’s an awful draught blowing in through this window.
The wind was blowing snow along the street.
A man died after being blown into the sea.
Newspapers and plastic bags were blowing about in the wind.
A strong gust of wind blew his hat off his head.
He bent towards the candle and blew gently.
If your soup’s too hot, blow on it.
She picked up a book and blew the dust off it.
Two little boys were sitting on the steps, blowing bubbles.
Visitors can watch the men blowing glass in the workshop.
The guard blew his whistle and the train started.
The light bulb in the projector had blown.
A power surge blew all the fuses, and the house was plunged into darkness.
Kathy was turning the corner when one of the front tyres blew.
I’ve completely blown my diet with that piece of chocolate cake.
We were in with a good chance for that contract but you’ve really blown it now!
He inherited a fortune but blew it on bad investments and a luxurious lifestyle.
Let’s blow this joint.