Blow


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Drug slang noun Cocaine
verb To snort a drug, inhale cocaine, or smoke marijuana
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Meantime the clang of the blows, and the shouts of the combatants, mixed fearfully with the sound of the trumpets, and drowned the groans of those who fell, and lay rolling defenceless beneath the feet of the horses.
As I delivered the blow a low laugh rang out behind me, and, turning, I beheld Tars Tarkas, Sola, and three or four warriors standing in the doorway of the chamber.
He was resolved it should not escape if wild blows and darings of blows could seize it.
Nay, good Sir Sheriff," cried he, leaping up again when the blow had passed, "I must e'en borrow thy most worshipful sword.
The blow which he aimed would most surely have killed him, but that Trent, with the butt-end of a rifle, broke its force a little.
Every blow was shrewd to hurt; and he delivered a multitude of blows.
He had invented a machine to blow huge soap-bubbles, as big as balloons, and this machine was hidden under the platform so that only the rim of the big clay pipe to produce the bubbles showed above the flooring.
But she could hear the resounding blows, and with the sound of each blow she felt a sickening sensation in the pit of her stomach.
Now blow out the trumpets, and may God's benison be with the honest men
And there were weeks on end when I never knocked off work earlier than eleven o'clock, got home and in bed at half after midnight, and was called at half-past five to dress, eat, walk to work, and be at my machine at seven o'clock whistle blow.
At the time the wind began to blow, a ship was sailing far out upon the waters.
He pivoted on his feet, and, instead of striking, ducked the other's swinging blow and went into a clinch.