To show disinterest: blows cold to his new ideas
Yes; very dangerous, and one who could turn like the wind and blow hot and blow cold.
Then blow cold breath on its face and breast to cause its lungs to act.
When the pendulum strikes the hour of midnight, I'll blow cold, on your heart, so that it stops like a clock that's run down.
Oh, yes, he can ride two horses at once, and blow hot and blow cold.
The grand policy of theologians is to blow hot and to blow cold, to afflict and to console, to frighten and to reassure.
I never thought you was one to blow hot an' blow cold when it come to a fellow like Jerry Norton.
They blow hot and blow cold, just as you do, and it is the very last sort of thing to expect to find in a retreat like Talbothays.
I blew hot upon timorous counsels; I blow cold on rash ones.