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Colloquial term meaning:

1. To perform oral-sex on someone: fellation or cunnilinction .
Synonyms: coitus-in-os , coitus-oralis , fellatio(n), irrumation , oragenitalism , oral genital sex , oral-genitalism , oral-coitus , oral-copulation-(of-the-penis) , oral-sex , oralgenitalism, orogenitalism , penilingus , penosugia , virilingus . See fellatio and cunnilingus for more synonyms.


(1) Mitch Hennessy (Samuel L. Jackson) to Charlene Baltimore (Geena Davis) coming-on to him in The Long Kiss Goodnight (1997): ' Get real, sweetheart . I ain't handsome , I ain't rich, and the last time I got blown candy bars cost a nickel '.

(2) Graffito: ' Blows just a figure of speech .'

(3) ' Old fairies never die , they merely blow away .' From Encyclopedia of Graffiti Robert Reisner & Lorraine Wechsler (1974).

2. To vomit . Also: blow-beets ; blow breakfast; blow-chow ; blow-chunks ; blow din-din; blow doughnutS; blow-foam ; blow groceries ; blow lunch . See vomit for synonyms.

3. To depart, usually in a hurry

See Also: abort, ass blow, B.J., bite me!, bite my weinie, BJ, BJLs, BJM, BLJ, blow, blow a kiss, blow job, blow off on the groundsels, blow one's fat, blow the groundsels, blow the whistle, blowing, blowing chunks, Bronx cheer, bullets, by-blow, by-chop, by-scape, by-slip, bye-blow, corporal punishment, diapnolagnia, fellator, gab, horn, hurl, job, Joe Doe, Joe Zilch, load, off, pop ones cork, raspberry, smite, stick, vomit, wazoo, whip, whistle

Quotes Containing blow:
''Old fairies never die , they merely blow away.'' From Encyclopedia of Graffiti Robert Reisner & Lorraine Wechsler (1974)
William Parrish (Antony Hopkins) in Meet Joe Black (1998): ''Don''t blow smoke up my ass ; you''ll ruin my autopsy.''
Lawrence Paros in The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''The professionals helped forge a common tongue . A man now had his joint copped, had some derby , or had his hat nailed to the ceiling. More frequently, men spoke of being blown or having a blow-job (all since early 20th C).''
Addison DeWitt (George Sanders) in All About Eve (1950): ''We all come into this world with our little egos equiped with individual horns . If we don''t blow them, who else will?''
Adrian Cronauer (Robin Williams) to Sgt. Mj. Dickerson (J.T. Walsh) in Good Morning, Vietnam (1987): ''You''re in more dire need of a blow-job than any white man in history.''
Garth Algar (Dana Carvey) and Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers) in Wayne's World (1992): - Garth: 'Wayne, what do you do if every time you see this one incredible woman you think you're going to hurl?' - Wayne: 'I say hurl . If you blow-chunks and she comes back , she's yours. If you spew and she bolts, it was never meant to be.'
'You know , you don't have to act with me, Steve. You don't have to say anything. You don't have to do anything. Not a thing . Oh! maybe just whistle . You know how to whistle , don't you Steve? You just put your lips together and blow .' Marie Browning/Slim (Lauren Bacall) to Harry Morgan/Steve (Humphrey Bogart) in To Have and Have Not (1944). This phrase is usually remembered as: If you want me, just whistle .

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