Now consider the message Karzai is sending by torpedoing the planned press conference with Hagel.
And it is likely responsible for recently torpedoing a South Korean naval vessel.
Thus to all outward appearance this performance was merely the torpedoing of a helpless merchant vessel.
The latter relied on torpedoing her enemy under cover of the darkness, but the submarine is most dangerous in day-time.
You'd think I'd be used to torpedoing by this time, and could keep my sea legs under fire, but I didn't.
Were you going a zigzag course at the moment the torpedoing took place?
One of the remaining U-boats afterwards succeeded in torpedoing the battleship Britannia.
Mr. Dillon and his colleagues have put a great many questions about the torpedoing of the Leinster and the lack of an escort.
After torpedoing the Triumph the same submarine fired at and missed the Vengeance.
Germany would thus admit the legality of the torpedoing of the Lusitania and express regret at the death of American citizens.
1520s, "electric ray," from Latin torpedo, originally "numbness" (from the effect of being jolted by the ray's electric discharges), from torpere "be numb" (see torpor). The sense of "explosive device used to blow up enemy ships" is first recorded 1776, as a floating mine; the self-propelled version is from 1860s.
1873, from torpedo (n.). Figurative sense attested from 1895. Related: Torpedoed; torpedoing.