verb (used with object)
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Origin of bombard
OTHER WORDS FROM bombardbom·bard·er, nounbom·bard·ment, nounun·bom·bard·ed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for bombard
After the show, Mollie says she was bombarded online and in real life with praise.
She claims Hollande has bombarded her with text messages, as many as 29 a day.Hollande's Jilted Lover Valerie Trierweiler Tells All|Tracy McNicoll|September 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Israel launched the operation after Hamas bombarded civilians with hundreds of rockets.
For Obama, it was his visit to a southern Israeli city that had been bombarded with Hamas rockets.Marco Rubio Really Loves Israel and Has Pictures to Prove It|Eli Lake|February 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The legislators were also bombarded with thousands of anti-ban emails.Another Massacre’s Gun Law Lesson, From Stockton, Calif., Survivors|Michael Daly|December 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
For a year the French fleets blockaded the coast and bombarded exposed towns and villages.The Strength of the Strong|Jack London
I played till 11 o'clock, bombarded and besieged, as it were, by fugue themes.The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Vol. 1|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Spaniards then assailed Ternate; the fort and plaza were bombarded, and then the town was carried by storm.A History of the Philippines|David P. Barrows
We should have planted a battery--a strong one--upon Cape Tourmente, and bombarded the ships as they passed by.French and English|Evelyn Everett-Green
They bombarded the trenches, using bombs filled with poisonous gas.