firebomb : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a bomb that is designed to start fires; is most effective against flammable targets (such as fuel)
- v attack with incendiary bombs
- Reborn and Rehabilitated: The spectacular Christian rehabilitation of Charles Colsonthe man who once advised Richard Nixon to firebomb the Brookings Institution, a liberal think .
- This week began with firebomb attacks on synagogues in the suburbs of Paris and Strasbourg.
- The hero, Haruki, and the heroine, Machiko, meet on the night of May 24, 1945 during a great B-29 firebomb raid on Tokyo.
- Frankie Trull in FOXNews
If (an animal liberation group) saw a plumbing truck going into a research facility, they'd firebomb the plumbing company,said Frankie Trull, president of the Foundation for Biomedical Research. "If they're going to go after the banks and...
- Ujjal Dosanjh in National Post
There were threats on the phone message recorder -- threats to kill my children, kill my wife, abduct my children, firebomb my home, kill me. And these came, of course, directly, on the phone, on the voice mail, through third parties,Mr....
- Rod Coronado in San Diego Union Tribune
You're damn right when you say I've shown people how to make a firebomb,Coronado said in an interview with The San Diego Union-Tribune in July. "I've done my time for my crimes, and I should be able to talk about them."