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The example sentences of BLAST in videos (15 in total of 432)

put verb, base form it personal pronoun in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner top noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner blast noun, singular or mass furnace noun, singular or mass blast noun, singular or mass stare noun, singular or mass at preposition or subordinating conjunction it personal pronoun until preposition or subordinating conjunction it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present hot adjective very adverb
most adverb, superlative powerful adjective thermonuclear noun, singular or mass weapon noun, singular or mass ever adverb created verb, past tense the determiner tsar noun, singular or mass bomba proper noun, singular code noun, singular or mass name noun, singular or mass ivan proper noun, singular its possessive pronoun powerful adjective blast noun, singular or mass
it personal pronoun s proper noun, singular a determiner blast noun, singular or mass , i personal pronoun mean verb, non-3rd person singular present to to see verb, base form all predeterminer the determiner different adjective type noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction fish noun, singular or mass life noun, singular or mass
if preposition or subordinating conjunction you're proper noun, singular starting verb, gerund or present participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner protein noun, singular or mass sequence noun, singular or mass , you personal pronoun would modal want verb, base form to to use verb, base form protein noun, singular or mass blast noun, singular or mass
coast noun, singular or mass when wh-adverb a determiner nightmare noun, singular or mass blast noun, singular or mass spilled verb, past tense thousands noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction containers noun, plural out preposition or subordinating conjunction into preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner small adjective sea noun, singular or mass , creating verb, gerund or present participle
it personal pronoun was verb, past tense a determiner blast noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction work noun, singular or mass with preposition or subordinating conjunction them personal pronoun so adverb go verb, non-3rd person singular present check noun, singular or mass out preposition or subordinating conjunction their possessive pronoun site noun, singular or mass .
have verb, non-3rd person singular present discovered verb, past participle that preposition or subordinating conjunction by preposition or subordinating conjunction transplanting verb, gerund or present participle one cardinal number neo noun, singular or mass blast noun, singular or mass cell noun, singular or mass called verb, past participle a determiner chrono proper noun, singular genic adjective neo noun, singular or mass blast noun, singular or mass from preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner healthy adjective worm noun, singular or mass to to a determiner worm noun, singular or mass that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present received verb, past participle a determiner
here adverb we personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present , at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner blast noun, singular or mass zone noun, singular or mass ; as preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun can modal see verb, base form , we personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present got verb, past participle our possessive pronoun blast noun, singular or mass shield noun, singular or mass ,
nevertheless adverb , the determiner weapon noun, singular or mass exploded verb, past tense , causing verb, gerund or present participle a determiner huge adjective column noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction water noun, singular or mass to to blast verb, base form into preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner air noun, singular or mass .
and coordinating conjunction people noun, plural as preposition or subordinating conjunction far adverb away adverb as preposition or subordinating conjunction philadelphia proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction maryland proper noun, singular felt verb, past tense the determiner blast noun, singular or mass , which wh-determiner would modal have verb, base form
goes verb, 3rd person singular present it personal pronoun is verb, 3rd person singular present just adverb simply adverb a determiner blast noun, singular or mass to to drive verb, base form literally adverb you're proper noun, singular good adjective it personal pronoun feels noun, plural like preposition or subordinating conjunction
i personal pronoun think verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun 'd modal be verb, base form a determiner blast noun, singular or mass yeah interjection i personal pronoun think verb, non-3rd person singular present it personal pronoun 'd modal be verb, base form a determiner blast noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction another determiner one cardinal number with preposition or subordinating conjunction original adjective casting noun, singular or mass uh interjection
he personal pronoun then adverb rapidly adverb throws verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner blast noun, singular or mass charge noun, singular or mass into preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner core noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner droid proper noun, singular , leading verb, gerund or present participle it personal pronoun to to blast verb, base form
all determiner of preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner solar adjective energy noun, singular or mass that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present stored verb, past participle up preposition or subordinating conjunction in preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun cells noun, plural in preposition or subordinating conjunction one cardinal number massive adjective blast noun, singular or mass .
i personal pronoun had verb, past tense a determiner blast noun, singular or mass getting verb, gerund or present participle to to know verb, base form raven proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction anneliese proper noun, singular in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner makeup noun, singular or mass trailer noun, singular or mass .

Use "blast" in a sentence | "blast" example sentences

How to use "blast" in a sentence?

  • I think it's important to love what you do and have a good time with it. I go to work every day and have a blast.
    -Sarah Shahi-
  • Singing is a f***ing blast. When it’s really good, it’s as good as the best sex. I get nipple erections all the time on stage, I do!
    -Joan Osborne-
  • Peace! and no longer from its brazen portals The blast of War's great organ shakes the skies! But beautiful as songs of the immortals, The holy melodies of love arise.
    -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow-
  • I love flying and kind of just fascinated with it, and to fly something like an F-22 would be a blast.
    -Stephen Colletti-
  • It's nice because success has allowed me to have a blast on stage, to be in the studio with amazing people, but I find it all a bit bizarre.
    -David Guetta-
  • I love children. They're so much fun and I would have a blast spoiling them.
    -Vanessa Hudgens-
  • Without challenges, the human body will soften. We thrive when we push our boundaries, reach goals, and blast personal records. We perform better, we look better, and we feel alive.
    -Dan John-
  • I was in the middle of the golf tournament trying to make birdies and I was just having a blast. So that probably qualifies as having a greater appreciation.
    -David Duval-
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Definition and meaning of BLAST

What does "blast mean?"

/blast/

blast

exclamation
exclamation.
noun
Destructive wave of air from an explosion.
verb
blow up.

What are synonyms of "blast"?
Some common synonyms of "blast" are:
  • bang,
  • crash,
  • crack,
  • gust,
  • rush,
  • blow,
  • gale,
  • squall,
  • storm,
  • wind,
  • draft,
  • waft,
  • puff,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/baNG/

bang
adverb exclamation noun verb

exactly. conveying sudden loud noise. A loud noise. To strike something loudly or forcefully.

/kraSH/

crash
adjective adverb noun verb

done rapidly and intensively. with sudden loud sound. violent collision. To strike against loudly.

/krak/

crack
adjective noun verb

very good or skilful. line showing split. To attempt to achieve a goal or objective.

/ɡəst/

gust
noun verb

Sudden strong blast of wind. (Of winds) to blow in a short sudden manner.

/rəSH/

rush
noun verb

State of hurried action. To move forward very quickly.

/blō/

blow
noun verb

Something that causes you difficulty or sadness. (of wind) move.

/ɡāl/

gale
noun

Strong wind; very windy weather.

/skwôl/

squall
noun verb

A short strong wind. cry noisily.

/stôrm/

storm
noun verb

Weather with a lot of rain, snow and strong winds. move angrily or forcefully in specified direction.

/wind/

wind
adjective noun verb

(Musical instruments) that you blow into to play. Something that has influence. cause someone to have difficulty breathing.

/draft/

draft
adjective noun verb

(of beer) served from barrel or tank. Method of selecting players for sports teams. To select people for a task or team.

/wäft/

waft
noun verb

gentle movement of air. To move lightly, as if carried by wind or waves.

/pəf/

puff
noun verb

short burst of breath or wind. To produce a small cloud of smoke, steam etc..

What are antonyms of "blast"?
Some common antonyms of "blast" are:
  • commendation,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˌkämənˈdāSH(ə)n/

commendation
noun

Official award (as for bravery or service).

Is "blast" countable or uncountable noun?

The word "blast" is a countable noun.

The plural of "blast" is "blasts".

Phrases and Idioms that contain "blast"

blast

to remove something from something else with a powerful charge, pressure, or ...

to remove something from something else with a powerful charge, pressure, or force.

full blast

(At) the maximum level.

(At) the maximum level.

full blast

maximum power or intensity.

maximum power or intensity.

blast off

(of a rocket or spacecraft) take off from a launching site.

(of a rocket or spacecraft) take off from a launching site.

at full blast

At the maximum level.

At the maximum level.

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