Blast and Wind


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Blast noun – A strong current of air.
Wind is a synonym for blast in gust topic. In some cases you can use "Wind" instead the word "Blast" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like nature, breath.
Nearby Words: blasted, blasting, blaster
Synonyms for Blast


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Wind noun – Noticeable movement of air in a particular direction.
Usage example: there's a wind coming from underneath the front door

Blast is a synonym for wind in nature topic. You can use "Blast" instead the word "Wind" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as gust, breath, air currents.
Nearby Words: windy, winding, windless, windstorm, winder
Synonyms for Wind

How words are described

good good blast good wind
original original blast original wind
green green blast green wind
strong strong blast strong wind
Other adjectives: powerful, huge, cold, magic, hot, random, sudden, ensuing, magical, aforementioned, stronger.

Common collocations

time blast time wind time
way blast way wind way

Both words in one sentence

  • Earn Your Happy Ending: The "Patient" takes every temptation Screwtape and Wormwood throw at him, almost turns away from the good side, but makes his way back only to be killed in a bomb blast and wind up in Heaven after all.
  • Sword Beam One of the ways he does this is through a blast of wind unleashed from his sword.
    Source: Sword Beam
  • Film / The Giant Behemoth They wind up getting a good ol' blast from the Paleosaurus' Death Ray for their tardiness.
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