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synonyms for bombards

  • barrage
  • batter
  • besiege
  • blast
  • blitz
  • bomb
  • harass
  • hound
  • open fire
  • pester
  • strafe
  • assail
  • beset
  • cannonade
  • catapult
  • launch
  • pound
  • shell
  • strike
  • fire upon
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antonyms for bombards

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How to use bombards in a sentence

The irradiation is resumed so that a uniform dose of neutrons bombards the patient from both front and back.
THE ATOMIC FINGERPRINTBERNARD KEISCH
The weather was less keen upon the Wednesday, and the rear-guard made good their passage, with the bombards and the wagon-train.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
They were known under the varied names of bombards, serpentines, etc.
THE WONDER BOOK OF KNOWLEDGEVARIOUS
Being shaped internally and externally like an apothecary's mortar, they were called mortars or bombards.
INVENTIONS IN THE CENTURYWILLIAM HENRY DOOLITTLE
At the point, I, an earthwork was raised with gabionades, and two bombards were brought thither.
ANNALS OF A FORTRESSE. VIOLLET-LE-DUC
From the cavalier, A, the bombards continued to discharge balls broadcast on the boulevard E, as on the previous days.
ANNALS OF A FORTRESSE. VIOLLET-LE-DUC
It defends itself, fires, bombards, and pours forth grape from behind walls upon insurgent bands in the street.
THE ECONOMISTVARIOUS
They have four great bombards placed, every one of them with a devilish Netherland name of its own.
A MONK OF FIFEANDREW LANG
These leather jugs were commonly called black jacks, and the larger ones were bombards.
HOME LIFE IN COLONIAL DAYSALICE MORSE EARLE
And the king, much pleased, made the circuit of our ships, the bombards of which fired a salute.
A JOURNAL OF THE FIRST VOYAGE OF VASCO DA GAMA 1497-1499UNKNOWN
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