Idiom: blow the cobwebs away

Cobweb. Blow the cobwebs away

To blow the cobwebs away (or clear away the cobwebs) means toget some fresh air and exercise so that you feel refreshed and can think more clearly.

 

Examples of use:

1. Come on. A nice brisk walk by the sea will blow the cobwebs away!

2. I went for a run to blow the cobwebs away.

3. ‘I can’t do my English homework. It’s too difficult and I’m tired.’

    ‘Why don’t you go for a walk in the park to blow the cobwebs away? It might help you think more clearly.’

4. I like walking to work. It’s a good way to blow away the cobwebs before I’m stuck in my office all day.

5. We went for a hike on the moors to blow away the cobwebs.

 

Have you heard this English idiom before?

What do you do to blow away the cobwebs?

 

 

Send to Kindle
Angela Boothroyd

Angela Boothroyd

English language teacher at Botanical Linguist
Hi, I'm Angela, the Botanical Linguist, and I show learners of English how to become successful and self-directed or independent language learners. If you want to improve your English accuracy and fluency and learn everyday strategies and activities that will help you learn English without spending a lot of money on lessons, subscribe to my free newsletter here.
Angela Boothroyd
Angela Boothroyd
Angela Boothroyd

Latest posts by Angela Boothroyd (see all)

Speak Your Mind

*

CommentLuv badge