Definitions

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  • noun One who breaches.

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Examples

  • Corrigan listened as the other two elements of his team checked in and then gave the thumbs up signal to his door breacher.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • A SEAL “breacher” named Brian A. emphasized that, before he blew open any door in Iraq or Afghanistan, he steadied his hands and the explosives he was handling “with four of the biggest, deepest, gut-filling diaphragmatic breaths a human being can possibly take, to flood my body with as much oxygen as possible.”

    Bravery (and How to Master It) « Isegoria

  • Corrigan listened as the other two elements of his team checked in and then gave the thumbs up signal to his door breacher.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • Corrigan listened as the other two elements of his team checked in and then gave the thumbs up signal to his door breacher.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • Corrigan listened as the other two elements of his team checked in and then gave the thumbs up signal to his door breacher.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • A demolition breacher friend has helped me design many an explosive and when we've worked it all out, we go back and change an element.

    Gregg Hurwitz: What Made Von Brunn Do It?

  • Infamous security breacher John Hirst aka Jail House points to an excitable Independent scoop with an illegitimate Tory fundraiser getting the run of the corridors of power.

    Houses of Parliament: Tory Bloggers Making Passes

  • Infamous security breacher John Hirst aka Jail House points to an excitable Independent scoop with an illegitimate Tory fundraiser getting the run of the corridors of power.

    Archive 2007-07-29

  • Infamous security breacher John Hirst aka Jail House points to an excitable Independent scoop with an illegitimate Tory fundraiser getting the run of the corridors of power.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • After synchronizing their watches, the Emergency Services Unit breacher tapped Harvath on the shoulder, handed him a small canvas bag with det cord and everything else necessary to blow a heavy metal door off its hinges, and said, “Just in case.”

    Takedown

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