The blast blew out windows and walls, overturned tables and cut electricity, plunging the hotel into eerie darkness.
She gives the leftie columnist a big blast for the dishonesty of his criticisms.
A screeching sound and the blast of a car horn told her that she had narrowly missed a collision with a fellow driver.
For instance, if a good friend of yours threw a party that was a blast (save for a few minor glitches), you'd commend her.
The resulting blast blew out all the windows, throwing debris up to 100 metres.
It's not as if the candidate's crew hadn't already tried to blast his opponent to smithereens.
The plane shuddered with shock waves from the blast .
Entering the building, a blast of noise assaulted her ears.
The tennis prodigy offers a refreshingly impolite blast to his critics from the US Open before heading home.
He retired after only a single appointed term, issuing a public blast against his own party and virtually inviting the opposition to take over his seat.