bombarded

[ verb bom-bahrd, buhm-; noun bom-bahrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF bombarded

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To offset this (p. 096) the Germans bombarded the British line at that point.

On the same day Rheims was bombarded, fifty shells falling there.

Tirlemont was bombarded, reduced, and evacuated by the Belgian troops.

When she had gone Captain Obed was bombarded with questions.

The town of Ismailia, on the lake border, also was bombarded.

Both Calais and Dunkirk were bombarded by German destroyers.

Were they to do so, Boston might be bombarded, and the ships driven from their anchorage.

March north toward Pennsylvania, and leave Washington to be bombarded!

When there were no ships to meet, they bombarded the ports where others were being built.

This town had been bombarded by the Germans early in the war.

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