Destroy by explosion, explode, as in Once the charge is set, get away fast or you'll be blown sky-high. [Early 1800s] Also see under blow up.
Refute completely, as in The lab report has blown your theory sky-high. [Mid-1800s]
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impair, annul, revoke, undo, abolish, nullify, discredit, quash, negate, abrogate, disqualify, overrule, undermine, annihilate, abate, refute, overthrow, neutralize, negative, nix
- blow one's mind,
- blow one's own horn,
- blow one's top,
- blow out,
- blow over,
- blow someone to,
- blow the lid off,
- blow the whistle on,
- blow through,
- blow up
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