Definition of Blawed

1. blaw [v] - See also: blaw



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blawed

blatterers
blattering
blatterite
blatteroon
blatteroons
blatters
blatting
blatts
blaubok
blauboks
blaud
blauded
blauding
blauds
blaw
blawed (current term)
blawg
blawgs
blawing
blawn
blawort
blaworts
blaws
blaxploitation
blaxploitations
blaxploitative
blay
blays
blazar
blazars

Literary usage of Blawed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1884)
"blawed.—Animals in the dangerous condition of having their stomachs distended by eating too much green or forcing food are said to be ..."

2. A Glossary of Berkshire Words and Phrases by Job Lowsley, Barzillai Lowsley (1888)
"... I mawes (mow) I re-ads (read) I runs (run) I zees (see) I zetts (set) I slits (slit) I strides (stride) I swims (swim) I tells (tell) I blawed (blew) I ..."

3. Sketches and Anecdotes by Andrew Wanless (1891)
"He got a pipe and an ounce of tobacco, and he blawed and he blawed till he made his loving heart shiver and shake. He then went to the doctor, ..."

4. By the Cornish sea by John Isabell (1885)
"... that's the word—blawed away the first wedding." "I like funerals better than weddings," observed Mrs. Craddock somewhat irrelevantly ; " a good funeral, ..."

5. Publications by English Dialect Society (1884)
"blawed.—Animals in the dangerous condition of having their stomachs distended by eating too much green or forcing food are said to be ..."

6. A Glossary of Berkshire Words and Phrases by Job Lowsley, Barzillai Lowsley (1888)
"... I mawes (mow) I re-ads (read) I runs (run) I zees (see) I zetts (set) I slits (slit) I strides (stride) I swims (swim) I tells (tell) I blawed (blew) I ..."

7. Sketches and Anecdotes by Andrew Wanless (1891)
"He got a pipe and an ounce of tobacco, and he blawed and he blawed till he made his loving heart shiver and shake. He then went to the doctor, ..."

8. By the Cornish sea by John Isabell (1885)
"... that's the word—blawed away the first wedding." "I like funerals better than weddings," observed Mrs. Craddock somewhat irrelevantly ; " a good funeral, ..."

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