The wind changed and the next words were so clear to Lauren that they actually seemed to blow right into her face.
"A major artery blew right at the end of the case."
Anyway, when that stick fell I was blown right off the road.
After all, we'd been blown right off course and fetched up God knew where.
That compact mirror was blown right out of her hand.
Well, it's 0845 now and the tanker blew right after 0330.
We shall be blown right out of our way if it does.
The magnum round must have blown right through into the heart.
And some of that hen houses blew right on the sea.
A stiff, bright wind had been blowing right through all the sunshine.