from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A bomb used to start a fire; an incendiary bomb.
- transitive v. To attack (a target) with a firebomb.
- intransitive v. To launch an attack against a target, using a firebomb.
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- n. A weapon that causes fire, an incendiary weapon.
- v. To attack with a firebomb.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a bomb that is designed to start fires; is most effective against flammable targets (such as fuel)
- v. attack with incendiary bombs
On Saturday night, police detained about 160 youths and raided what they described as a firebomb-making hideout in the district of Keratsini, near the port of Piraeus.
On Saturday night, police detained about 160 youths and raided what they described as a firebomb-making hideout.
Police yesterday detained about 160 youths and raided what they described as a firebomb-making hideout in the district of Keratsini, near the port of Piraeus.
In a statement read out to the inquest, Davinia Douglass described how a "firebomb" ripped through the carriage.
The "firebomb" turned out to be half a bottle of vodka.
Scott Crow claims that in 2006, after Brandon Darby was admittedly an FBI informant, Darby attempted to recruit Crow on a plot to "firebomb" Brave New Books of Austin,
Is Austin-area FBI Informant Brandon Darby, who allegedly provoked anarchists into plotting with 'molotov cocktails' at the RNC 2008 connected to plans to "firebomb" patriot bookstore Brave New Books and a sting on "suicided" Palestinian activist Riad Hamad?
For example, the man responsible for shooting two uniformed American soldiers, killing one of them, at a military recruiting center in Arkansas admitted to throwing a firebomb at the house of an Orthodox rabbi in Nashville, Tennessee, and confessed to firing shots at the home of a Little Rock rabbi in the days before his attack on the recruiting center.
The USAF had been complaining that there was nothing left in Japan to firebomb.
Correspondent Greg Palkot and cameraman Olaf Wiig had retreated to a building, but someone threw a firebomb inside and the men were attacked as they rushed out, said Michael Clemente, Fox's senior vice president for news.