They blasted the enemy plane out of the sky.
He blasted his rival with a pistol.
Human rights groups have blasted the government for its treatment of political prisoners.
The judge blasted the lawyers for delaying the trial.
The mayor was blasted by the local press.
The explosion blasted a hole in the side of the ship.
The rock has been blasted away.
Workers were blasting rock where the new highway will go.
the blast of the factory whistle
The driver gave a long blast on his horn.
He was hit by a blast of water from the hose.
She opened the door and felt a cold blast.
Recent Examples on the Web: Noun
The games are a blast, and the team is competitive.
Joseph Goodman | [email protected], al, 1 Apr. 2022
The first episode is a blast, with Steven trying to sort things out.
Bill Goodykoontz, The Arizona Republic, 29 Mar. 2022
How to tour an open house Despite the chaos brought by pandemic restrictions, open houses are a blast.
Los Angeles Times, 29 Mar. 2022
Just looking through old VW ads and commercials while writing this was a blast.
Becca Hackett, Car and Driver, 25 Mar. 2022
Encampments of raiders don’t stand a chance against a capable H:FW player, and reaching that level of power is a blast.
Sam Machkovech, Ars Technica, 14 Feb. 2022
Ryan Reynolds is a blast from the past in the first trailer for The Adam Project.
Aaron Couch, The Hollywood Reporter, 10 Feb. 2022
Swinging around the island with Spider-Man’s Web-Shooters and using them to rotate around enemies has been a blast.
Kris Holt, Forbes, 25 Jan. 2022
The wives never get to travel to games, so that was a blast.
David Noyce, The Salt Lake Tribune, 16 Jan. 2022
Recent Examples on the Web: Verb
Tanner devises a plan to blast out a theory, complete with deepfake videos and Photoshopped social-media hooks designed to go viral, that Mrs. Wheeler is the person who murdered him.
Owen Gleiberman, Variety, 16 Mar. 2022
For the first time, a group trying to unravel democracy has its own media megaphone to blast out propagandistic disinformation about the 2020 election, falsely claiming that it was stolen, despite an utter lack of evidence.
Bill Carter For Cnn Business Perspectives, CNN, 30 Dec. 2021
Jewish residents blast Texas school for Holocaust ‘two sides’ remark.
Laura L. Davis, USA TODAY, 19 Oct. 2021
Instead of choosing to tweet or not tweet, stay public or go private, creators can now blast out their tweets to those who pay for their content.
Scott Nover, Quartz, 9 Sep. 2021
Some online reviews of their restaurants now blast the new policies.
Heather Haddon, WSJ, 15 Aug. 2021
The vessel had been hired by Royal Dutch Shell to blast powerful sound waves into the ocean floor as part of a seismic survey.
Ryan Lenora Brown, The Christian Science Monitor, 3 Feb. 2022
Jeff Bezos is set to blast another famous person into space.
Brendan Morrow, The Week, 23 Nov. 2021
The overhaul, expected to cost up to $2.5 million back then, was due to be completed in time for the city’s 119 sirens to blast again by the end of last year.
Heather Knight, San Francisco Chronicle, 26 Jan. 2022