Noun(1) a large shawm; the bass member of the shawm family
Verb(1) cast, hurl, or throw repeatedly with some missile(2) throw bombs at or attack with bombs(3) address with continuously or persistently, as if with a barrage(4) direct high energy particles or radiation against
(1) Phipps moved four ships in close to shore to bombard the town, but caused little damage.(2) The Hague Convention, Article Four, states that you are not allowed to bombard uninhabited villages or villages that are not occupied by defendants.(3) Rosin feels that it's best to address the messages that bombard her students.(4) Government forces used mortars, helicopter gunships and airplanes to bombard rebel positions.(5) They could bombard the city from the outskirts but could not occupy it without unacceptable losses.(6) For a second night, the Marines called in a gunship to bombard insurgent positions.(7) The last thing I want to do is bombard people with information too early.(8) Protesters fear the green light will be given to the proposal but have promised they will continue to bombard environment and health bosses with their concerns.(9) But what about the TV commercials that incessantly bombard living rooms across America?(10) One answer of course might be for the Allies to bombard the railway tracks leading to the death camps.(11) But the last thing I wanted to do was bombard her with millions of questions.(12) The worm has programmed infected computers to bombard the web site with corrupt data from this Saturday with the intention of forcing it to crash.(13) It was the day after a lot of attacks and bombardments and deaths had taken place.(14) There was no immediate word on casualties after US warplanes and artillery bombarded the city.(15) Today's children are bombarded with information from television, computers, and video games.(16) From day one we are now bombarded with information like never before.
1. shell ::
2. inundate ::
3. barrage ::
4. pelt ::
5. bomb ::
6. bombardon ::
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