But may not their own consciousness of the fact result in an outburst of “strafing?”
His "strafing" was fitful, poorly sighted, and of small calibre.
"We hope to do some good 'strafing,' sir," said the subaltern.
But I guess we'll be delayed, if the Germans keep up their strafing.
According to the letters he was just there with the rest taking the "strafing" as best he could.
Stopping on the road, I asked if the Germans were "strafing" to-day.
The Huns were strafing heavily and an attack by them was expected.
Then they will fall to "strafing" each other instead of England.
This Zepp was strafing bombs about for all she was worth, and—who was it?
It is not every day at the front that both sides are shelling and strafing.