Synonyms for bolide

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The Bolide; she and the Enterprise had made a raid on Ithunn.

The bolide was not white-hot, then, as when it passed over Thrawn Island.

This probably refers to an unusually large “bolide” or “fireball.”

It said blandly that a bolide—a slow-moving, large meteoric object—had been observed by radar to be descending to earth.

Everybody's over at the tracking station, arguing about the bolide that went over last night.

He'd predicted to the minute, and almost to the mile, the landing of the bolide of the night before.

But the plane saw the bolide as it struck the sea, and huge masses of steam and spray arose.

"And a bolide fell right there a couple of nights ago," said Terry irrelevantly.

The bolide's course should be three hundred fifty degrees, not quite on a north-south line.

A bolide had fallen into the Catanian sea—he took me to the port and showed me precisely where.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BOLIDE

shooting star

nounmeteor
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