collision

[ kuh-lizh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF collision
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Fortunately for that fellow too,' said Tip, 'or he and I might have come into collision.'

It would not even dare approach, for fear of collision with us.

A collision while underseas in a submarine is a serious matter.

You do not anticipate a collision because you are a brave man.

Something I heard of a collision with the law and of a forced assignment of his interests.

The armies came into collision in the neighbourhood of two o'clock in the morning.

The men inside had expected the driver to slow down to avoid a collision.

The spark was obtained by the collision of the steel and flint.

The confusion, the collision, the uproar, was indescribable.

When it came to a collision of wills the other was his master.

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