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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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An all-around Cooling System continually checks and blows cold air through strategically designed multiple vents, which cool the entire fridge evenly from corner to corner, thus keeping all food items at the optimum temperature and fresher for longer.
Lukaku is something of a Marmite footballer, one who can blow as hot as quickly as he blows cold, but there is little doubt he knows his way to goal.
"It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade." - Charles Dickens
Save The Last Dance For Me Malvern Festival Theatres HHHII It was Oscar Wilde who wrote: "Relations are simply a tedious pack of people, who haven't got the remotest knowledge of how to live, nor the smallest instinct about when to die.' Wilde's bon mot was directed (in The Importance of Being Earnest) at the Victorian ruling class but, as this musical shows, it proves just as true for the slightly demented working class family we get here, where two sisters struggle to break free from parental sermonising by taking a brief caravan holiday in Lowestoft, where the wind on the prom blows cold and the rain comes down (this was in the 60s when flights to the Med were unaffordable for many people).
Even the air conditioning blows cold! When we took the car for a ride, at about 30 mph and above, it made a really sharp grinding sound from the back.
Airy, Md., uses a Shur fan, which blows cold air from ground level up to 300 feet into the air to protect his 60 acres of French hybrid grapes.
The Yak blows cold in too many matches and needs to stay on his feet.
Even though it should perhaps be expected, 50-year-old legend Davis blows cold more often than hot these days.
BUT AS LONG AS PM TALES ARE TOLD OF THE NEED FOR PM WHEN THE WIND BLOWS COLD NONE WILL FORGET WHAT A SIGHT TO SEE WAS THE PM LADY KNOWN AS CON-NIE.
"Emotions run hot but story blows cold in Ice Men," he wrote, referring to the Black Walk buddy drama directed by Thom Best that screened at the 2004 Montreal World Film Festival.
He is an exceptional footballer but sometimes blows cold as well as hot.
A typical La Nina winter blows cold air over the northwestern states and northern Great Plains while warming much of the rest of the country.
Canopied by a thick foliage that blows cold mountain air, the Cagpangi Falls, no matter how subdued, is a natural cocoon for restive souls.