Chiefly Southern &amp; Upper Southern U.S. Past tense and past participle of blow1.(verb)
Nonstandard Used in the phrase I'll be blowed to express amazement or confusion.(adjective)
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Use "blowed" in a sentence
"Supposin ', f' instance, thet at the resurrection he was to be shamed out of all countenance findin ''em here - with the brewer's name blowed in each one - an' all the white ribboned angels a-flyin 'round."
""Why you are pretty well 'blowed'" I said, with a poor attempt to be funny, but immensely relieved."
"Page 7 for two or three days without any further attention to the wound, and the result was the flies "blowed" the amputated limb, and when I reached Alexandria City, some days later, the nurse who dressed the wound found that I was being eat up by the vermin."