New word: brainblow

brainblow

n.

1: When something blows your mind: “Oh my, you just gave me a brainblow.”

brainblow

v. t. [imp. & p. p. Brainblowed; p. pr. & vb. n. Brainblowing.]

1. To blow one’s mind.

2. To affect with great wonder; astonish: “She just brainblowed me away.”

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Scrabble dude
17 years ago

I do not recognize this as a word — I challenge!

laura k.
laura k.
17 years ago

i think it sounds kind of dirty.

Tom Saaristo
17 years ago

Her mind is with mine. I also challenge. The sentence structure in example #2 works against supporting the word, not for it. “Rainblow” closed for very good reason, but I think we’ve already taken this entry past the PG-13 rating, so I’ll end here.

laura k.
laura k.
17 years ago

where’s MY mind? you’re the one using the word in a sentence. i’m merely saying out loud what everyone else thinks.

laura k.
laura k.
17 years ago

YOU are a dirty young man. did we go to that Rainbow place a few years ago for New Year’s?

unlikelymoose
17 years ago

i shovel snow

laura k.
laura k.
17 years ago

your wife must be very proud.

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