blam


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Related to blam: blame

blam

 (blăm) Slang
interj.
1. Used to indicate an abrupt and loud sound, especially of an explosion.
2. Used to indicate a sudden action or event, such as a collision.

blam

(blæm)
n
a representation of the sound of a bullet being fired
References in classic literature ?
to blam, had I not excepted of it when her lashipp was so veri kind
no other boddi can blam mee for exceptin such a thing when it fals
And it was blim, blam, blim, six times an' twice over, with his two big horse-pistols, an' the house perforated like a cullender.
If my companions went astray, He scarce their wanderings blam'd; If I but falter'd in the way, His anger fiercely flam'd.
But rise, let us no more contend, nor blame Each other, blam'd enough elsewhere, but strive In offices of Love, how we may light'n Each others burden in our share of woe; Since this days Death denounc't, if ought I see, Will prove no sudden, but a slow-pac't evill, A long days dying to augment our paine, And to our Seed (O hapless Seed!) deriv'd.
than blam penat She said: "I am not blaming the ambulance service they are underfunded.
Another festival highlight was BLAM! from Denmark-based Kristjan Ingimarsson Company.
BLAM! His technical virtuosity takes centre stage but, soon enough, the truth is revealed: those beautiful amphoras that he so skilfully builds are merely shells.
The second show was Blam! An hour and a half of four grown men in shirts and ties in a makeshift workplace, re-enacting every great fight scene from the last 40 years of Hollywood blockbusters, with office equipment.
I figured Toad just cast a spell and, BLAM! You're the Blood Wizard.
"I got just a few feet away from the tower and then, blam! It burned a half-inch strip all the way down my right leg and knocked my big toe off," he said.