- n. Plural form of smasher.
“I hitched my horse to the buggy, put the box of "smashers" in, and at half past three o'clock in the afternoon, the sixth of June, 1900, I started to Kiowa.”
“I hitched my horse to the buggy, put the box of "smashers" in, and at half past three o'clock in the afternoon, the sixth of June, 1900, I started to”
“Midianites produced "smashers": similarly, the Egyptian miners”
“Copper sheathing, available only from British suppliers, protected the wooden hulls of ships; huge carronades, known as 'smashers', increased British firepower; and, eventually,”
“Besides, they are almost too tough for the bag smashers to break!”
“The heart of physics research revolves around the high speed collision of subatomic particles in so-called "atom smashers" - long subterranean ovals sometime exceeding 30 miles in diameter that spin nuclear matter inside tunnels up to the speed of light.”
“(Soundbite of laughter) CHARLES: ... and not just people with big atom smashers.”
“The crystalline surface that smashers of land-speed records have made their hallowed ground for nearly a century seems slushy and thin.”
“The self-styled "anarchists," the taggers and smashers, they're a minority.”
“His death at the age of 94 marks the end of a heroic era for palaeontology, when a single individual working patiently with a pin under the microscope could make discoveries as far-reaching in their way as those revealed by atom smashers.”
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