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verb (intr, adverb)
to cease or be finishedthe storm blew over
to be forgottenthe scandal will blow over
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blow over

Pass away, subside. For example, The storm will blow over by afternoon, or After a couple of years the scandal will blow over. This term, with its analogy to storm clouds that pass over an area without descending, dates from about 1600.

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