Definition of Bombarders

1. bombarder [n] - See also: bombarder



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bombarders

bomb calorimeter
bomb it
bomb out
bomb rack
bomb shelter
bomb shelters
bomb site
bomb sites
bomb up
bomba
bombable
bombace
bombard
bombarded
bombarder
bombarders (current term)
bombardier
bombardier beetle
bombardier beetles
bombardiers
bombarding
bombardman
bombardmen
bombardment
bombardments
bombardon
bombardons
bombards
bombasine
bombasines

Literary usage of Bombarders

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1. The English Republic by William James Linton (1851)
"True! some are Cossacks; some Croats; some Frenchmen ; some ' intelligent ' statesmen and bombarders. The Tyranny of Wrong has many sorts ..."

2. History of the World War by Frank Herbert Simonds (1919)
"She had been engaged in bombarding the Belgian coast, and it was simply remarkable luck that the Germans did not bag more of these coast bombarders, ..."

3. The Christian Examiner (1855)
"The adorers of success may weave crowns for the bombarders. It is a possible thing that Hungary, alone, absolutely alone in the world, surrounded by enemies ..."

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