from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See battleship.
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- n. A heavily armed combat vehicle, as a war chariot or battleship.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. large and heavily armoured warship
Led by Steven Harnden and Brent Beck, the troops learned something about a "battlewagon" in World War II.
He directed his bombers onto the battlewagon while fighters strafed AA guns.
The third battlewagon, Haruna, was anchored in the roadstead.
Scott on his DVD commentary for ALIEN, I believe the one prior to the Director's Cut, stated he thought the aliens were bioweapons created by the Space Jockey race and that the ship was a battlewagon transporting said weapons and it crashed on the planetoid which would go on to be called LV426/Acheron by Cameron in ALIENS.
We want to see Richard Seaton blow up the Fenacrhone space-battlewagon with his third-order zone of force, assuming he can escape from the fourth-dimensional evil of the hyperplane.
Im no expert on naval warfare, but as cool as this little ship was, it wasnt an armor-clad battlewagon.
The Hershey Corporation initiated their "meatspace over mindspace" strategy in 2007 with the launch of their "Kisses of Death" battlewagon.
The van behind me looked like a scarred battlewagon.
I know I always looked for battlewagon swag for Joel when I poked my way through used book stores.
I'm also sending some photos I took out the window of my battlewagon and will send more whenever the heck I can.
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