causing injury or blight; especially affecting with sudden violence or plague or ruin
"the blasting effects of the intense cold on the budding fruit"; "the blasting force of the wind blowing sharp needles of sleet in our faces"; "a ruinous war"
unpleasantly loud and penetrating
"the blaring noise of trumpets"; "shut our ears against the blasting music from his car radio"
A planned explosion, as in mining.
a blast; destruction by a blast, or by some pernicious cause
the act or process of one who, or that which, blasts; the business of one who blasts
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
The displacement of earth or rock by the use of an explosive. One of the most important parts of the art of mining in its various branches of tunneling, shaft-boring, well-digging, submarine mining, etc. The explosive is ordinarily placed in a bore hole, but in submarine mining this is sometimes dispensed with when a high explosive like nitro-glycerine is used.
The numerical value of blasting in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of blasting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of blasting in a Sentence
Before construction started in the park the lions were not escaping, so there are indications that the noise and blasting is affecting their movements, if you don’t plan properly, if you don’t do proper environmental impact assessments, then you are doomed to fail and at the Nairobi National Park this could lead to more lions and other animals coming into contact with a growing human presence.
How does he ever get a fair trial when Jussie Smollett have the superintendent going on' Good Morning America' blasting him, you have wonder whether or not they overplayed their hand.
We had the problem of people blasting through south and north on five-lane roads, one-way, with no intention of stopping in South Bend, and it was just always a constant problem.
I think the word slaughter here is truly appropriate, we're talking about federal agents on boats blasting cormorants out of the sky with shotguns.
La Barbera recommends travelling in pairs, and in known surroundings. Howard Mallen, co-founder and CEO of Krav Maga Worldwide, who teaches the popular self-defense technique developed by the Israel Defense Forces, said women should augment products like Cutrona’s with training. The risk of being attacked is increased when your attention is being diverted, you're alone, and/or your senses are impaired. Jogging or running is a perfect example of this, typically, runners have music blasting in their ears and jog by areas that can serve as hiding places for would be attackers.
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