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blow cold

To show indifference or apathy. I don't think Jasmine likes me very much—she always seems to blow cold when I'm around.
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blow cold

in. [for a person] to display disinterest. The committee blew cold as my plan unfolded.
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References in classic literature ?
An angry wind blew cold and raised dense clouds of dust, while the trees shook and moaned in a weird way.
And forasmuch as crouching under the lee of a hauled-up boat on a night when it blew cold and strong, and when the weather was varied with blasts of hail at times, might be wearisome to amateurs, the reporter closed with the recommendation that the two gentlemen should remain, for a while at any rate, in their present quarters, which were weather-tight and warm.
With exactly 365 days to go for the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha, Qatar poured cold water, nay blew cold air, on those insanely obsessed with the country's hot climate by showcasing its state-of-the-art cooling system installed at the Khalifa International Stadium yesterday.
Those flicks, those incisive passes, that wizardry that made him one of Europe's great No.10s was nowhere to be seen as he blew cold in the Manchester chill.
Because there is no internal cooling for the inserts, Boy blew cold air over the mold face between cycles.
Mahindra, with playing-coach Pacquiao not in the venue, started out hot, blew cold for a while before regaining its wits late in the third quarter to post the very convincing victory that left idle Meralco as the only winless team in the season-opening conference.
The Nicky Richards trained gelding won over hurdles on his seasonal debut at Kelso in November, but blew cold when sent down to Kempton for a competitive handicap over fences last month.
Jason Koumas, who blew cold more often than hot and was carrying an injury, forced Miller into a fine save when he pushed the midfielder's low effort around a post after Saints had unwisely conceded a free-kick 25 yards out after 15 minutes.
Otherwise Boro blew cold and then hot, and clearly have not yet come to terms with playing league games so quickly after adrenaline-zapped nights in Europe.
Taipei -- December blew cold for three major Taiwanese PCB fabricators, all of which reported drops in sales and shipments.
And the Wind Blew Cold: The Story of an American POW in North Korea by Richard M.
That is certainly how Peter Manley and Rod Harrington would like to see it, since both blew cold in the Windy City,
As months passed and the Stock Market rose, Midshires blew cold on the deal saying it was worth much more but the Royal Bank stuck by its original offer.
Red-hot favourite Tiger Woods blew cold at the Australian Masters yesterday.
It was virtually a replay of Game 2, where Alaska also blew cold in a crucial span to lose a five-point edge midway in the fourth period.