Origin of blower
Examples from the Web for blower
The Blower of Bubbles was giving one more proof of his amazing versatility.The Blower of Bubbles|Arthur Beverley Baxter
The mass of glass was also very heavy for the blower to wield.The Story of Glass|Sara Ware Bassett
In a second or two the flame caught the wood, and, the blower being down, it blazed fiercely.Septimus|William J. Locke
It should be noted that the apparatus is of the blower type.Gas-Engines and Producer-Gas Plants|R. E. Mathot
I was sucked to the side of the ship against the grating over the blower for the exhaust.Sinking of the Titanic|Various
early 12c. (originally of horn-blowers), from Old English blawere, agent noun from blow (v.1). Of mechanical devices from 1795.