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Synonyms for bomb

blow up

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bomb something out

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Synonyms for bomb

one that fails completely

to be unsuccessful

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In one hand Tarzan carried the bomb the English had given him, in the other was the coiled rope attached to the lion.
Then Tarzan cut the bags from the great hind feet, placed his shoulder and his knife point against Numa's seat, dug his toes into the loose earth that had been broken up by the explosion of the bomb, and shoved.
Two minutes after the sudden appearance of the meteor (to them two centuries of anguish) the projectile seemed almost about to strike it, when the globe of fire burst like a bomb, but without making any noise in that void where sound, which is but the agitation of the layers of air, could not be generated.
It was then that a tall young man who had remained standing perfectly still within a carriage gateway, two houses lower down, stepped out into the street and walking up rapidly flung another bomb over the heads of the crowd.
It was impossible that some people should not have noticed the face and appearance of the man who threw the second bomb.
In celebration of the original red, white and blue rocket-shaped ice pop, the #PhotoBombPop promotion is seeking original humorous and creative photo bombs featuring the iconic Bomb Pop.
BAGHDAD / NINA / At least 28 people have been killed and 142 others were injured on Monday morning 30, Sept due to thirteen car bombs explosion that hit different areas of Baghdad.
PESHAWAR -- Two bombs were recovered from GT Road near Nishtarabad Chowk area of Peshawar, both the bombs were defused, officials said on Thursday.
Officials said one of the bombs had 500-gram explosives and the other was three -kilogram heavy.
Finding unexploded bombs across Japan, since then, has not been unusual, though it was rare to find one at the Sendai airport, which is one of Japan's busiest airports.
The bombs concealed inside cargo packages were destined for the United States with an address to Jewish sites in Chicago.
During World War II and the Vietnam War, bombs weren't technological marvels.
In the mid-1980s, at the height of the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union each had thousands of nuclear warheads, along with a multitude of aircrews and missiles, sitting on red alert to carry those bombs to their targets at a moment's notice.
Will Reese, the 494th Fighter Squadron commander at RAF Lakenheath said, "Our four-ship (of F-15s) hit 16 targets with 16 bombs in one pass.