blast (v.) 1
blight, wither, destroy
2H4 I.ii.186 [Lord Chief Justice to Falstaff] Is not ... every part about you blasted with antiquity?
3H6 IV.iv.23 [Lady Grey to Rivers, of her unborn child] Lest with my sighs or tears I blast or drown / King Edward's fruit
3H6 V.vii.21 [Richard to himself, of Edward] I'll blast his harvest
AC III.x.4 [Enobarbus alone, of the fleeing fleet] To see't mine eyes are blasted
Ham III.i.161 [Ophelia alone, of Hamlet] That unmatched form and feature of blown youth / Blasted with ecstasy
Ham III.ii.267 [Third Player as Lucianus] With Hecat's ban thrice blasted
Ham III.iv.66 [Hamlet to Gertrude, of Claudius] like a mildewed ear, / Blasting his wholesome brother
Luc 49 [of false desire] Thy hasty spring still blasts and ne'er grows old
MW IV.iv.30 [Mistress Page to all, of Herne the Hunter] he blasts the tree
TG I.i.48 [Valentine to Proteus] the young and tender wit / Is turned to folly, blasting in the bud
TNK I.i.65 [Theseus to First Queen] your wheaten wreath / Was then nor threshed nor blasted
TNK II.i.225 [Palamon to Arcite] If thou lovest her, / Or entertainest a hope to blast my wishes
TNK Prologue.20 [of Chaucer] the witless chaff ... / That blasts my bays [i.e. destroys my renown]
Ven 1142 [Venus to dead Adonis, of love] It shall ... / Bud, and be blasted, in a breathing while