A bomb


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A bomb

[′ā ‚bäm]
(ordnance)
References in classic literature ?
He always goes about with a bomb in his pocket, and of course it makes conversation a little difficult because if you don't agree with him he lays it on the table in a marked manner.
It is very nearly," continued Nicholl, "the course described by a bomb launched from a mortar.
It would come one day like a bomb, and nothing that you or I could do would alter it in the least.
High on the wall it burst like a bomb, shivering fragments flying in all directions.