incendiary bomb

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Synonyms for incendiary bomb

a bomb that is designed to start fires

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In the past two occasions, the terrorists used the incendiary devices in their attack, mainly in suicide attack.
A spokesman for West Midlands Police said: "We were called to St Osburg's Road, Coventry, after an incendiary device was discovered at a property at around 9.
An incendiary device is defined as any firebomb, and any device designed or specially adapted to cause physical harm to persons or property by means of fire, and consisting of an incendiary substance or agency and a means to ignite it.
Had you intended using the petrol for the making of incendiary devices the sentence I am about to pass would have been considerably longer - a sentence of many, many years.
Just before that flight landed, Abdulmutallab allegedly tried to ignite an incendiary device hidden in his underwear.
The three Islamic fanatics who were this week found guilty of conspiring to murder by detonating an incendiary device were all British born.
An incendiary device left at the scene is linked to a website used by militant believers in the cause.
CCTV covering the Front Street area caught three masked men get out of a white transit van and hurl an incendiary device into the building.
This is a very serious situation and it is so easy to plant an incendiary device in a store.
A 33-year-old man charged with carrying an incendiary device aboard an aircraft has been acquitted by a federal jury.
A similar incendiary device sent to Spanish MEP and Vice-Chairman of the EPP Jose Ignacio Salafranca was not opened, but instead was handed over to the Belgian police.
The racecourse was notified by the Lincolnshire Constabulary that they had received a phone call informing them an incendiary device had been planted.
Some of these officers carried bags large enough to contain an incendiary device, but none of these bags were screened or checked.
A private television station said an incendiary device was hurled from a car driving past the mall on the Asian coast of Istanbul.
The shell was identified as a German airborne incendiary device from the Second World War, which would have been dropped to cause outbreaks of fire.