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- n. Alternative spelling of gas mask.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a mask with a filter which protects the face and lungs against poisonous gases. It is used in warfare, and also by police to allow them to effectively use tear gas or other disabling gas to disperse a crowd or force fugitives to leave a building.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a protective mask with a filter; protects the face and lungs against poisonous gases
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He nodded and it was hard to hear him articulate behind the gasmask.
I had learned all about the restrictions for the MCU-2P gasmask, as well as the limitations of the chemical, biological and radiological protective gear.
His use of language is both inventive and exact: wasps are "little warriors with their gasmask faces"
In his room, Chambers threw off his coat and gasmask and sat down upon the bed, utterly miserable.
TotalFilm and Empire Magazines are both featuring exclusive batches of new photos from Watchmen today, and I was about to say how bored I am of Watchmen schwag until I came upon this shot of gasmask nazi here.
Apocalypse with a smile: the Mickey Mouse gasmask.
Leave the gasmask and ‘Mini Replica Vibrating Pope’ in the closet for now.
However, we already know that Juliet is misleading everyone on the beach because of the flashback where Ben gave her the gasmask.
I really want to figure out a way to do bi-directional wireless for when I wear the gasmask.
On the other hand, the cleaning aisle is best ventured through while wearing a gasmask.