In a stateofnarcotic intoxication, trance, or exhilaration; high, stoned (1960s+ Narcotics)
blown-out walls of homes left destroyed living rooms exposed to the street, and the smell of explosives hovered in the air.
Neatly hung laundry still dangled over the main street from the second-floor balcony of an apartment above a blown-out storefront.
Shattered glass from a row of blown-out windows crunched beneath her feet.
But inside the destroyed entrance, down the blackened hallways, through the blown-out doors, there is a room with a light on.
Death comes frequently to the coal-miners from a 'blown-out shot.'
We built a fleet of balsas with reeds and blown-out sheepskins, and followed him.
Blount had a very pleasant drive across country, with no mishap worse than a blown-out tire and a little carbureter trouble.
At that moment, the artificers having renewed the blown-out fuse-wires, the electric lamps were lighted.
A blown-out fuse may be replaced temporarily with a hairpin or with a copper cent.
Care must be taken to distinguish the present species from blown-out forms of Lamproderma.