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Instead, her team and others are using extremely powerful lasers to re-create the physics seen in the aftermath of supernova blasts.

If you were caught upstairs or in the open during the blast, you’d probably be pierced by radioactive rays, which would cause vomiting and, two weeks later, hair loss.

Exposed to the bugaboo radiation via a gigantic alien instead of a bomb blast, Hayes expands to the kind of extreme height favored by macrophiliacs.

From Ozy

We ultimately decided it might be his last blast of freedom, before the walls close in again.

From Fortune

Fracking, short for “hydraulic fracturing,” is a drilling technique that uses high-pressure water and chemical blasts to access natural gas and oil reserves underground.

There is one relatively new innovation to the canned food market, a bit of brilliance called the Batter Blaster.

Not even Intelligence had ever been able to examine a Gern hand blaster.

He took the blaster from his belt and laid it on the ground.

A blaster beam cut into them and a Gern shouted, "The natives!"

He scooped up a blaster from beside a fallen Gern and ran toward it.

The Gern guard was already upon her, his blaster still in his hand.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blaster, such as: cannon, handgun, hardware, mortar, piece, and pistol.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.