bombshell

[ bom-shel ]SEE DEFINITION OF bombshell

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I found out afterwards that they'd been on the lookout for the bombshell for half an hour.

A second potato burst like a bombshell on the shingles behind him.

Had a bombshell burst over my head the effect could have been no greater.

If a bombshell had dropped into Sellersville, consternation could not have been more complete.

His appearance in the fray was like that of a bombshell timed to explode in its midst.

And after all, their bombshell did not hurt anybody when they did explode it.

The coming of the King was like a bombshell thrown amongst them.

Nothing could be gained by throwing that bombshell in the midst of his guests.

If a bombshell had fallen in the room, a greater sensation could not have been produced.

Yet he is dangerous, and if he denounces us in the Duma it will come as a bombshell.

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