- n. Plural form of dreadnought.
“We effectively created two rival aesthetics, basing the Darwinist look on art nouveux (with lots of nautilus shells and other organiform shapes), and the Clanker style on WWI futurism (dreadnoughts that walk!) combined with a dollop of Hapsburg heraldry.”
“Hyundai In truth, the Equus is not the equal of the German dreadnoughts, or even the Lexus flagship.”
“In truth, the Equus is not the equal of the German dreadnoughts, or even the Lexus flagship.”
“India's followed suit, and I firmly expect Brazil, who have disavowed nukes up till now, will be floating a nuclear-tipped sub or two (the dreadnoughts of the age) inside twenty years because they have the second-largest population in the Americas by a long chalk, lots of resources, and a healthier economy than ours.”
“Most obviously, there were the weapons: dreadnoughts and aircraft carriers, rockets and missiles, poison gas, and atomic bombs -- the list is a long one.”
“As one power assembled protective measures, such as the building of dreadnoughts or the acquirement of advanced weapons, the others did so as well.”
“Brakeless "whips" and ironclad Dutch dreadnoughts vie for space in the cyclodelic Hell that was once the Big Apple.”
“From all the official Pentagon harrumphing about what a heinous “provocation” this incident was, you would think this was one short step from being the Battle of Jutland revisited (well, minus the dreadnoughts of course, and, you know, any actual action).”
“They became War Plan Orange, which envisioned a battle of the dreadnoughts in mid-Pacific.”
“In the course of the early morning hours, the entire coastline of Leningrad had been turned into a graveyard of battleships, and the cataclysmic scenery was dominated by the largest of the destroyed Soviet dreadnoughts.”
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