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If a door wasn’t open for me, I was going to build a door, or build a battering ram to barge my way in.

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Juanita Schulze said as a train rammed through a stuck tractor-trailer.

In October 1983, a truck filled with explosives rammed a Marine compound, killing 241 unarmed Marines in their sleep.

Others reportedly rammed a truck through a fence to get past authorities and to the mudslide and start digging.

After the Affordable Care Act was rammed through the Congress, something changed.

And he rammed his own rifle one inch from the face of the half-asleep figure.

Gwynne laughed outright, and for the first time without resentment; he was tired of having California "rammed down his throat."

Murphy went back very fast and didn't stop until he had rammed into the Tauber safe.

But if I shut it up tight in a gun-barrel rammed down hard, it goes off with a loud bang, because it has to burst its way out.

The bag was then rammed down upon the powder, and the howitzer pointed.

He took one that fitted, and rammed that home also—for luck.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rammed, such as: smash, crash, slam, stab, sink, and thrust.

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