Blow-through



verb
(intransitive, adverb) (Austral, informal) to leave; make off
Contemporary Examples

Hanging Out with Ian McEwan: Full Transcript The Daily Beast Video April 13, 2010
BP’s $25 Million Insult Rick Outzen May 3, 2010

Historical Examples

Needlework Economies Various
Carnac’s Folly, Complete Gilbert Parker
Six Girls and Bob Marion Ames Taggart
The Trembling of a Leaf William Somerset Maugham
Caught by the Turks Francis Yeats-Brown
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 152, April 11, 1917 Various
The Lane That Had No Turning, Complete Gilbert Parker
Thirty Years in Australia Ada Cambridge

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