To blow hot and cold

Definition of To blow hot and cold

to favor a thing at one time and treat it coldly at another; or to appear both to favor and to oppose.

See also: Blow

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To bid defiance
To bid defiance to
To bid fair
To bid welcome
To bide tryst
To bill and coo
To bind over
To bind to
To bind up in
To bite in
To bite the dust
To bite the ground
To bite the thumb at
To bite the tongue
To blame
To blaze away
To blear the eye of
To bless from
To block out
To blow great guns
-To blow hot and cold-
To blow off
To blow one's own trumpet
to blow one's stacks
To blow out
To blow over
To blow up
To blunder on
To blurt at
To boast one's self
To boat the oars
To bob at an apple
To body forth
To boil away
To boil down
To boil over
To bolt to the bran
To boot
To borrow trouble
To bowl
To box a tree
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