Words nearby collision
Origin of collision
OTHER WORDS FROM collisioncol·li·sion·al, adjectivean·ti·col·li·sion, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH collisioncollision collusion
Examples from the Web for collision
Physicians are overwhelmed because we are in the middle of a collision of powerful unrestrained forces.
In November, Kiir dissolved all internal party structures, setting the two men on a collision course.Before There’s a Genocide: The Slaughter in South Sudan Must Stop|Justine Fleischner, John Prendergast|April 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The train is once again on a collision course with five innocent people.
From the Colorado train that fell into a creek to the North Carolina collision, see more rail disasters.The Five Deadliest Train Derailments in U.S. History|The Daily Beast|December 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Collision Low Crossers: A Year Inside the Turbulent World of NFL Football by Nicholas Dawidoff.
Within two minutes of the collision every living man was clear of the Dervish mass.The River War|Winston S. Churchill
Images become blunted by their collision just as do bodies by friction.Essay on the Creative Imagination|Th. Ribot
Mr. Blair was constantly coming into collision with Mr. Stanton.Abraham Lincoln|William Eleroy Curtis
This trek would have brought the emigrants into collision with the English settlers who had shortly before entered Mashonaland.Impressions of South Africa|James Bryce
They come because holiness in the godly and sin in the world have come into collision.A Lamp to the Path|W. K. Tweedie