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Origin of blow-by-blow
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Example sentences from the Web for blow-by-blow
For those seeking a blow-by-blow account of the conflict, this book will more than satisfy.
He gives a blow-by-blow account of a mission that ends in tragedy for some of the soldiers but in triumph for Karzai.
A blow-by-blow guide to the four stages of market-related sexual dysfunction.
In fact, I got a blow-by-blow description of your entire escape from them.Captives of the Flame|Samuel R. Delany
The next half hour covered a blow-by-blow account of Paul Brennan's efforts to have the minor restored to him.The Fourth R|George Oliver Smith
British Dictionary definitions for blow-by-blow
Idioms and Phrases with blow-by-blow
Described in minute detail, as in Tell me about last night's party, blow by blow. This term originated in radio broadcasts during the 1930s, in which the sportscaster gave a detailed account of each punch struck in a boxing match. It soon was transferred to a detailed account of anything at all.