- n. Plural form of explosion.
“In fact, several people heard what they described as explosions from the building, including Craig Bartmer of the NYPD.”
“What do we make of the latest English word explosions within the context of past linguistic fireworks?”
“The NEC considers the short-period (SP) comet nuclei, to which the Tunguska body belonged, to be fragments produced in explosions of massive icy envelopes of Ganymede-type bodies saturated by products of bulk electrolysis of ices to the form of a 2H2+O2 solid solution.”
“Many shots were being fired, and through the uproar I heard the reiterant, monotonous explosions from the Colt's .44”
“The residents are such a hot draw for journalists that victims who were merely maimed in explosions or accidents are driven out by those who were intentionally chopped.”
“To build a machine to blow up a bunch of cities with atomic like explosions is stupid.”
“According to local people the scale of destruction is enormous, they speak of families being wiped out, there are reports of 6 houses turned to rubble, many other houses rendered uninhabitable and of multiple secondary explosions from the fuel tanks in cars.”
“Elena? gives us a heaving chorus, an eclectic beatbox with the backing boys to rapturous explosions from the audience.”
“The bunker burned extensively, and there were numerous explosions from the large amount of ammunition store there.”
“Religious zealots were starting vigils by the pond because they were convinced that the explosions were a sign of the End of Days.”
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