The boom of the huge mortars on the boats there sounded above everything.
With grains that feed the Cannon's breath, And boom his sentences of death!
Admiral Hobson, who broke the boom at Vigo in 1702, belonged to the same calling.
The boom should be made a trifle smaller in diameter than the mast.
What a thin tinkle it made out there, yet how deep was its boom within!
He turned and pointed to the boats, which his men were heaving from the boom amidships.
This is to be expected in view of the boom in Spanish studies.
His first boom had been great, but it was a trifle compared to his second.
Through the open doorway they could hear the boom and rattle of drums.
As a result the boom burst, and people resought their old homes.