verb (used with or without object) Scot. and North England.
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Historical Examples of blaws
When the man's fire and the wife's tow, the deil comes in and blaws't in lowe.The Proverbs of Scotland
It is a fact that it's a gey ill wind that blaws naebody good.In Search of El Dorado
It blaws to nae purpose, my young leddy, when it blaws on an honest man like me.Man and Wife
An' when we say as hoo it's an ill wind that blaws naebody guid, we're acknowledgin' the love o' the Almichty.St. Cuthbert's
Robert E. Knowles
When the man's fire and the wife's tow, in comes 40 the dell and blaws it in a lowe (flame).