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A rest or break- used by Southern football coaches. Somewhat archaic.
Joe! Get in there and give Terry a blow at linebacker. He's missed three tackles in a row.
by james savik February 05, 2008
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Adj. Something that is expected to have a long lifespan by virtue of having existed for a long time, based on the lindy effect, named for the New York restaurant Lindy's, coined by Albert Goldman and popularized by Nassim Taleb.
cooking with fire is lindy
by mmebs June 13, 2021
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(n.) A defeat, loss, reduction or failure, especially of a severe or devastating nature. This term is optionally preceded and/or followed by the prepositions "to" and/or "from", which can be used to further refine its scope of meaning.

1. It has been over two months since the team's last win, so the coach's job may be at risk if they suffer another blow this Saturday.

2. In their currently weakened state, a blow from the north may be enough to destroy the army's 3rd division.

3. While the demotion had no meaningful impact on his salary, it was certainly a blow to his ego.
by Gregory Ross May 28, 2006
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To have a blow is to have an attack on ones situation or being.
"what you did was a big blow to my relationship"
"I didn't mean it as a blow."
by squirrel girl February 14, 2006
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This is much like ass blow only 60% less material. a greater Reference would be a Fart with a spattering of mud. This could be considered to be the earthquake before a Volcano eruption. But, in this case were are talking about the precursor to a major assblow. A.K.A. Shitting your pants.
Kenyan load up on carbs at ponchos last night, and today he had some A-Blow's. He's been cheek-pinching all day trying not to Blow Ass, because he's wearing white today.
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by Wind of the South. May 28, 2018
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