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air strike

noun as in air campaign

noun as in bombing

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Five days into the latest conflict, more tanks and troops arrived at the border, with heavy shelling and air strikes continuing against Palestinian rocket attacks.

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Cytokine storms were thought to represent a kind of risky, doomsday immune response—akin to calling in an air strike on your own position while badly outnumbered in the middle of a firefight.

The latest press report by the City Hall of Donetsk said that an air strike hit the Kirovsky district on Tuesday night.

Baghdad officials claimed the self-proclaimed caliph was wounded in an air strike days earlier.

Karim Sadjapour explains what most frightens Iran's mullahs, and no it is not an Israeli air strike.

He could have allowed a decent interval to elapse after the disastrous air strike, and then ordered the supply route reopened.

On Friday, Israel made good on that threat, conducting a massive daylight air strike on Gaza.

Terrence took off his helmet and let the rapidly cooling air strike his head.

We had been for some time in the maze of the underground cave when at last I felt the fresh air strike my face.

It was several seconds before the heat left them and they felt rain soaked salt air strike against their faces.

Suddenly he gave a great gasp as he felt the warm, damp air strike his face.

A moment later the Nodding Donkey felt a breath of cold air strike him, but he did not mind, as he had on a warm coat of varnish.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to air strike, such as: air attack, air raid, bombing, and surgical air strike.

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