blow on


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blow on

vb
(intr, preposition) to defame or discredit (a person)
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Another cry arose on shore; and looking to the wreck, we saw the cruel sail, with blow on blow, beat off the lower of the two men, and fly up in triumph round the active figure left alone upon the mast.
Looky here -- do you think YOU'D venture to blow on us?
So saying, Carter Watson tapped himself a sharp blow on the cheek.