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Blow A Fuse

Blow A Fuse - to get very angry

  • Mary is going to blow a fuse, when she finds out that her car was stolen.
  • My father blew a fuse, when he saw the bill.
  • My brother always blows a fuse, when he talks about politics.
  • I blew a fuse, when I saw my paycheck was so small.
  • I lost my phone, and my mother blew a fuse.
  • My sister blew a fuse, when my dog ate her new shoes.
  • I blew a fuse when I saw my grades.
  • My husband blew a fuse when his boss fired him.

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