How to Pronounce blownaway?

Correct pronunciation for the word "blownaway" is [blˈə͡ʊnəwˌe͡ɪ], [blˈə‍ʊnəwˌe‍ɪ], [b_l_ˈəʊ_n_ə_w_ˌeɪ].

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"Blownaway" in context

Blownaway is a phrase used to describe a feeling of surprise and awe people experience when they experience things like extreme weather or music. It often leaves them speechless and in awe. People are often blown away by phenomenal music that grabs their attention, electric guitar solos, beautiful orchestral arrangements or breathtaking lyrical masterpieces. It can also be used to describe the overwhelming power of nature, like hurricanes and earthquakes. People can be left feeling incredibly small and insignificant when confronted with raw natural force. Other situations such as inspiring stories of human achievement can fill someone with a feeling of awe and surprise, making them feel literally 'blown away'.

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