- v. present participle of strafe.
“Huddled helplessly together in a small ravine, without arms, we were at complete mercy of Jerry and he made the most of it with a strafing from the air and anti personnel bombs.”
“The fighter jet was conducting what is called a strafing operation, flying at a low altitude and firing on targets.”
“Stowes toyed for a moment with the idea of strafing the terrain with fire in order to eliminate the danger to the Finmark but the range of big guns was very far and the island was small.”
“Calif., where she towed targets and assisted in war games like strafing, which is attacking ground troops with a low-flying aircraft.”
“Managed to be seen by a helicopter crew, and was caught in the "strafing" by gunner and chasing”
“Note to Globe headline writers: "strafing" is done from aircraft, not by troops on the ground. posted by Mark, Ottawa at 2:03 PM”
“Note to Globe headline writers: "strafing" is done from aircraft, not by troops on the ground.”
“His "strafing" was fitful, poorly sighted, and of small calibre.”
“We stayed on till Howell's expert eye had had its fill of details, with no burst of shells to interfere with our comfort; though by the rules we ought to have had a good "strafing," which was another reminder of my debt to the German for his consideration to the American correspondent at the British front.”
“Then they will fall to "strafing" each other instead of England.”
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