Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which blasts, in any sense of the verb.
- n. Anything that, or anyone who blasts
- n. A device, often consisting a a box with a handle that is pressed down to detonate an explosive
- n. science fiction An unspecified powerful hand weapon, usually one that fires energy.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, blasts or destroys.
- n. a workman employed to blast with explosives
- blast + -er (Wiktionary)
“However I bought a set of generic alkalines 4 months ago and the ghetto-blaster is still running fine off the same set of batteries.”
“Yes | No | Report from fishroper1 wrote 25 weeks 1 day ago the rocket 3 blade mini blaster is the way to go. 1 3/4 inch cut and the 75 grain weight you are looking for. have a friend who uses these also and we have shot everything for deer and elk to the african animals. last feb. he shot a buffalo with one. try it and you will see.”
“The fighter features twin blaster cannons, twin fire-linked torpedo launchers, and a capable automatic pilot feature.”
“They also have this amazing pumpkin blaster, a haunted house, hay rides, pony rides and lots of other fun stuff, all pumpkin related.”
“And a teenager behind the so-called blaster computer virus has been arrested.”
“Another group of hackers - called XFocus- are blamed for releasing a computer virus known as the blaster worm which infected computers in 2003.”
“The blaster is a one inch long choking hazard that may be held in either hand perfectly well.”
“The blaster is a one inch gray choking hazard which fits perfectly into Tessek's left hand.”
“While your blaster will be your weapon of choice most of the time, you'll also have access to missiles and grenades as well.”
“The blaster is a four and a half inch firearm that looks a lot like the guns the stormtroopers use throughout the original "Star Wars" trilogy.”
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Part of an ongoing series; I couldn't resist.
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