noun, plural bombes [bomz, bombz; French bawnb]. /bɒmz, bɒmbz; French bɔ̃b/.
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The menu consisted of dishes with such improvised names as "crevettes l'Amricaine," "bombe la Lincoln," etc.Under Four Administrations|Oscar S. Straus
A maitre d'hôtel suggested melons and a suprème with a bombe to follow.The Perfume of Eros: A Fifth Avenue Incident|Edgar Saltus
"I think I do," I said, with an expressive nod at the remnants of the bombe melting slowly in the dish.A Set of Six|Joseph Conrad