Thesaurus / strafe

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If I did my duty as a special, I should "strafe" her for that.'

Five TalesJohn Galsworthy

Strafe is able to gambol about much as usual, though he limps a little and is thinner for his experience.

Immediately, a couple of airjeeps pounced in, to strafe the fleeing enemy.

Uller UprisingHenry Beam Piper, John D. Clark and John F. Carr

He would still have done his level best to strafe the U-boat, Seton notwithstanding.

We boarded the train and started out with the hope that American fighters would not come down and strafe the train.

If we looked sideways at a "stagger," we were likely to receive a welt with a pick handle and a strafe of several marks.

One afternoon Fritz put on a strafe which blew in the end of the culvert in which we were stationed.

"Red Flight, strafe ground planes," ordered the voice of the Squadron Leader.

A Yankee Flier with the R.A.F.Rutherford G. Montgomery

"They strafe this part fairly often," said the major unconcernedly.

Servants of the GunsJeffery E. Jeffery

Hours passed, the strafe became particularly heavy, and we began to fear our old pal had been hit.

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