191 results related to blow

I'll be blowed

used to express surprise, annoyance, etc

blow by blow account 

To relate in great detail

blow chunks

To vomit. E.g."" Suzanne's been blowing chunks all night so I don't expect her to want any breakfast." [Orig. U.S.]

blow job

Oral sex, fellatio [Orig. U.S.]

glancing blow 

Oblique in direction; slanting or deflected

blow it!

Exclam. A dismissive exclamation of frustration and anger.
blow, it

blow away

1. To kill. 2. To amaze. Cf. 'blow one's mind.'

body blow

severe disappointment or crushing setback

blow chunks



Totally astonishing or confusing. The term is derived from the drug culture of the 1960s.