- bomb site,
- bomb squad,
- bombardier beetle,
Origin of bombardier
Origin of Bombardier
Examples from the Web for bombardier
Neither, staring through his bombsight, could bombardier Umphress.The Story of the American Journalists Who Landed on D-Day|Timothy M. Gay|June 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
As a bombardier Yossarian is “the best man in the group at evasive action.”
It was a different type of plane, a European-built ATR-72 (the Bombardier is a Canadian plane).
Bombardier Bevignani or Marine Mancinelli might revel in it.
While we had sardines our bombardier produced a savoury with toast, but that is long ago.The Secrets of a Kuttite|Edward O. Mousley
Schreiber was shot dead, and Grylls severely wounded, but the bombardier and gunners succeeded in bringing back two wounded men.History of the War in South Africa 1899-1902 v. 1 (of 4)|Sir Frederick Maurice.
One of the boys, a bombardier from a Fort, explained the workings of the camp.A Yankee Flier Over Berlin|Al Avery
Of course he went to Bombardier Lane, where he was received by the old people like a favourite son.The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood|Arthur Griffiths
Word Origin for bombardier
Word Origin for Bombardier
1550s, soldier with a bombard, from French bombardier, from bombard (see bombard (n.)). In 17c.-18c. of soldiers who manned artillery (especially mortars and howitzers); meaning "one who aims the bombs in an aircraft" is attested 1932, American English.