Meanwhile, the bomb explodes, blowing him and his pals to smithereens.
New York residents—and moviegoers in general—are conditioned to seeing the Big Apple blown to smithereens.
Also, Mary is dead now and her grill has probably been blown to smithereens.
Nevertheless, Grande manages to shoot her foes to smithereens.
It was radical Islam when hundreds of Israelis were blown to smithereens in Hamas suicide bombings.
You'd soon bring the machine down with a crash, and smash us to smithereens.
None of that, ye spalpeen, or I'll smash you to smithereens!
“There might be some dynamite around here now, and it might explode and blow us into smithereens,” she whispered to Jo Ann.
But we shall blow it all to smithereens when we get them in the witness box.
A window 29 open, and more than that, it's smashed to smithereens!
"small fragments," 1810, smiddereens, from Irish smidirin, diminutive of smiodar "fragment," perhaps with diminutive ending as in Colleen.