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- (nautical) The traditional hail of the lookout in a whaler (whaling ship) when sighting the spouting water thrown up by a whale surfacing.
- 1851, Herman Melville, chapter 47, in Moby Dick:
- "There she blows! there! there! there! she blows! she blows!"
- "On the lee-beam, about two miles off! a school of them!"