Exhibiting great detail: a blow-by-blow description of the accident. (adjective)
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Use "blow-by-blow" in a sentence
"You can read about the week at Stephen Kotowych's excellent blow-by-blow blog entries here."
"This morning, for example, I was cracking up reading the blow-by-blow "coverage" of yesterday's Republican debate by comedian Andy Borowitz."
"I'd barely sparked up my nicotine fix before Al answered back, bless him, and before I knew it, I had blow-by-blow detailed instructions on how to get to Al and Heather's place in Hackney, with alternative routes for simplicity versus scenery, and even a sneaky wee way of getting me into their flat in their absence."