View synonyms for blasting


/ ˈblɑːstɪŋ /


  1. a distortion of sound caused by overloading certain components of a radio system

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Example Sentences

Judie Brown, president of American Life League, penned an op-ed blasting the “obvious erection.”

But there are some who make a name out of taking Aaron Sorkin down, by blasting him in their blog overly so.

During construction, many men, indentured servants in the beginning, were blown apart during the blasting and digging.

It seems like teenage vainglory: I can hear the Megadeth tape blasting in his yellow 1979 Le Mans from a block away.

The Senate Majority Leader has been blasting the Koch brothers and their mega-donations.

Sure maybe you could grab that dough by blasting your way with the heaters plenty.

One moment he was limned in the glow of the flashlight, then gunfire made a blasting hell of that fourth floor.

Over our heads the great blasting explosions went on, and I saw but three of the circling disks left to the defense of the city.

Halfway down, Landy pointed out that some blasting here and a bridge there would make a serviceable thoroughfare.

With gathering speed the ship arrowed out, its rocket-tubes blasting now in steady succession.





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