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- n. backfire from a recoilless weapon
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They got into the car and roared out of the parking lot, leaving a billowing back-blast of gravel and dust.
It hit you like the back-blast of an explosion as you entered the room.
The wonders of digital communication and one of the reasons the left is having so much trouble getting away with their bovine back-blast.
"It should not be necessary to point out to you that if they have been able to develop a wall-shield that will stand up under those conditions, the back-blast through the breech of the Q-gun will blow the Brittania apart as though she were so much matchwood.