blast

All Noun Verb
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  • Following them to their ship, he is captured and the ship blasts off into space.
  • Material for general and road construction is created by blasting rock from the hill.
  • He can also store heat inside him and release it as blasts of heat.
  • His construction work inspired him to research new methods of blasting rock.
  • On quiet days, one can hear the blasts from the park and even feel them.
  • Therefore, he could project blasts of dark matter from his hands.
  • For example, instead of opening a door, a player could blast through the rock surrounding the door.
  • If he does find the parts, then he blasts off into space successfully and returns home.
  • The east side of the lake has mountains that required extensive blasting during construction of the railway.
  • The structure was built from stone that was blasted from the original site.
  • He must shoot his fire blasts at him until blue spirits fly out.
  • Less than ten hours after they arrived a powerful signal blasted into their waiting receiver. Cited from Planet of the Damned, by Harry Harrison
  • If he had succeeded, the blast would have destroyed the church.
  • He can fire energy blasts from his hands or eyes.
  • One shell blasted him across the room, but he returned to his weapon.
  • The blast also happened nine miles from a nuclear power plant.
  • In her energy form, she could fly and fire blasts of electrical force.
  • She later discovered he had been killed only yards away from her, the two having become separated minutes before the blast.
  • The waiting train must return eight blasts before the flag carrying train may proceed.
  • Except in mining, the result of rock blasting is often known as a rock cut.
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Meaning of blast

  • noun A very long fly ball
  • noun An explosion (as of dynamite)
  • verb Make a strident sound
    She tended to blast when speaking into a microphone
  • verb Use explosives on
    The enemy has been shelling us all day
  • verb Apply a draft or strong wind to to
    the air conditioning was blasting cold air at us
  • verb Create by using explosives
    blast a passage through the mountain
  • verb Make with or as if with an explosion
    blast a tunnel through the Alps
  • verb Fire a shot
    the gunman blasted away
  • verb Shatter as if by explosion
  • verb Shrivel or wither or mature imperfectly