I'm afraid you blew just about the entire planet away!
A cool wind blew about them, although the sun was warm.
She stood in the doorway a moment, a cold breeze blowing about her.
The wind had backed into the north and was blowing about force five.
Then he stopped and turned back, the rain blowing about him.
It was difficult now to remember being in the open air under a sky, with fresh winds blowing about one.
Her hair blowing about her face, she looked up, but for a moment saw nothing.
Wind blew about him, as if he were the center of a storm.
He blew a tyre about six minutes into the race and had to stop.
Now the voices were clear and strong, ringing from the winds which blew about his head.
We agree, however, that they do have something to blow about.
There had been a frost and dead leaves were blowing about.
However, if there were such a thing as a radioactive gas, that might be blown about.
He decided that a flying form was best, but not one that could be blown about.
Big holes were blown into the sky, the moonlight blew about.
Wads of paper blew about under a coffee table and chairs.
Unless you were leading, you could see nothing, with all the snow blowing about.
The freed spores would be blown about by the storms.
All sorts of rubbish was blowing about, and stranger things had happened.
The fringe of the curtains was dirty from blowing about in the draft.