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The Definition of - A bomb (noun)

Word Example of - A bomb

    Example Sentences for a-bomb

    "Well, it has a picture of an A-bomb explosion an it," he agreed.

    They'd go up like an A-bomb two minutes after they threw it on.

    You know, of course, about the A-bomb, H-bomb and C-bomb because information that they existed had been declassified.

    "All right, they could have built an A-bomb," Buhrmann said.

    But your A-bomb at zero minus one second looks as harmless as a fallen log.

    It wasn't exactly an A-bomb, but the spray hit us a half mile away, and the surface wave swamped us.

    "Well, the geeks did have an A-bomb," Themistocles M'zangwe said, at length.

    "Well, an A-bomb's a pretty complicated piece of mechanism, even if you have the plans for it," Kent Pickering said.

    "Well, it has a picture of an A-bomb explosion on it," he agreed.

Word Origin & History of - A bomb

    Word Origin & History of - A-bomb

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