Blow-off-one-s-mouth



blow off one’s mouth

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  • Blow–off

    (of the wind or air) to be in motion. to move along, carried by or as by the wind: Dust seemed to blow through every crack in the house. to produce or emit a current of air, as with the mouth or a bellows: Blow on your hands to warm them. (of a horn, trumpet, […]

  • Blow–off–steam

    water in the form of an invisible gas or vapor. water changed to this form by boiling, extensively used for the generation of mechanical power, for heating purposes, etc. the mist formed when the gas or vapor from boiling water condenses in the air. an exhalation of a vapor or mist. Informal. power or energy. […]



  • Blow-on

    verb (intransitive, preposition) to defame or discredit (a person)

  • Blow-one-s-brains-out

    Shoot oneself in the head, as in Blowing one’s brains out is more a man’s type of suicide; women lean toward poison. [ Early 1800s ]



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