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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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At Eastleigh High School, Kanbis will be seeking to continue their good home run against Nairobi Ghymkhana, who have always blown cold or hot in this competition.
A performance quote of 31-35 about Wright in his side's T20 clash with Glamorgan this evening looks a little on the high side for a player who has blown cold more often than not and a small sell could yield a return.
So strong in 40-over cricket in recent years, Warwickshire have blown cold in the format this time round, the competition's last outing before the switch back to 50 overs next season.
Frustrated his side has blown cold more often than hot, Rock said his players must decide whether to accept an average finish or not.
His most recent work chronicles the activities of Ronald Reagan--probably the best blown cold warrior in the flee world.
But we have no evidence that Koeppen was actually unhappy with Nazism (and Doring has now blown cold on some of the evidence we thought we had).
BRISBANE HEAT v ADELAIDE STRIKERS 8.30am tomorrow BRISBANE HEAT have blown cold at the start of their Big Bash campaign and they look likely to suffer a fourth straight defeat when they host Adelaide Strikers tomorrow morning, writes James Milton.