Definition of Blowbacks

1. Noun. (plural of blowback) ¹



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Definition of Blowbacks

1. blowback [n] - See also: blowback

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blowbacks

blow someone's mind
blow someone out of the water
blow the whistle
blow this for a game of soldiers
blow this pop stand
blow this popsicle stand
blow torch
blow tube
blow up
blow up in one's face
blow valve
blow valves
blowability
blowable
blowback
blowbacks (current term)
blowball
blowbuddies
blowby
blowbys
blowdart
blowdarts
blowdown
blowdowns
blowdryer
blowdryers
blowe
blowed

Literary usage of Blowbacks

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1. Howard's Hill and Other True Stories: Small Unit Marine Action in Vietnam by DIANE Publishing Company (1990)
"Two Russian blowbacks, maybe Mis. Lie still. Don't return fire. They're trying to get us to give away our position," he whispered. The VC fired three bursts ..."

2. Hearings Before the Committee on Naval Affairs of the House of by Navy Dept, Committee on Naval Affairs, United States Navy Dept, United States, Congress, House (1907)
"blowbacks from these guns are infrequent when the present combined sponge and rammer is used, but nevertheless the gas makes its way into the gun spaces, ..."

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