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Origin of kamikaze
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Example sentences from the Web for kamikaze
Rubio blew it with immigration, and as for Cruz, I think even most Republicans see that that would be a kamikaze mission.
Expecting people to watch gay men not do that much for half an hour is oddly kamikaze television-making.Yes, ‘Looking’ Is Boring. It’s the Drama Gays Deserve.|Tim Teeman|January 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The ship was hurried into action and survived multiple kamikaze attacks as well as being torpedoed.U.S. Not Ready for Cyberwar Hostile Hackers Could Launch|Michael Daly|February 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One can only dream, then, of the kamikaze damage Newt can inflict if he keeps his promise to continue fighting to the convention.Florida Primary: Why Liberals Should Cheer for Newt Gingrich|Michelle Goldberg|February 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Following the debate, the Romney campaign blasted Gingrich for his vengeful “kamikaze mission.”‘Bad Newt’ Is Back at Sunday’s New Hampshire Debate|Kirsten Powers|January 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It had been kamikaze stuff, though there'd been a theoretical chance of the thirty men escaping, to justify sending them out.A Matter of Proportion|Anne Walker
He had some of the characteristics of a kamikaze pilot, too, because there was no telling if he'd get back from his mission.The Inhabited|Richard Wilson
British Dictionary definitions for kamikaze
noun (often capital)
Word Origin for kamikaze
Cultural definitions for kamikaze
Japanese fighter pilots in World War II, trained to make suicide crashes into Allied ships.