While Davis was campaigning for that most recent election, her office was attacked with a Molotov cocktail.
The attack on the publication did not end with the Molotov cocktail thrown into its offices.
Local media had been reporting that the arsonist was using some kind of Molotov cocktail to smash through the car windows.
One landlord even paid somebody to hurl a Molotov cocktail into an apartment just to smoke out tenants and jack up rents.
A Molotov cocktail tumbled in an arc overhead and erupted briefly in a blaze.
I knew immediately that the chemistry was a Molotov cocktail.
Then someone tossed a Molotov cocktail into their hiding place, forcing them back onto the street.
I could have made a Molotov cocktail by filling it with gas and using the rag for a fuse.
1940, a term from Russo-Finnish War (used and satirically named by the Finns), from Molotov (from Russian molot "hammer") name taken by Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Skriabin (1890-1986), Soviet minister of foreign affairs 1939-1949.
An incendiary bomb made from a breakable container, such as a bottle, filled with flammable liquid and provided with a rag wick. Used by the Soviets against the invading German armies in World War II, these bombs were nicknamed after V. M. Molotov, a foreign minister of the Soviet Union at that time.
A grenade made by pouring gasoline into a bottle, adding a cloth wick, and igniting it
[WWII; fr Vyacheslav Molotov, Soviet premier, used and satirically named by Finnish fighters against the Soviet invasion of 1940]