verb (used with object), nuked, nuk·ing.
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McConnell is pushing Schumer to take such a change off the table — to guarantee the filibuster won’t be nuked.
While he nuked the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees, he didn’t do so for everything else.
I happen to agree that the Iranian regime is repugnant and that we'd be much better off if they remain nuke-free.
Here we seem to have a case of nuke-washing (or radioactive cleansing, as it were), with two possible explanations.
In response to the revelation the Mormon Church had donated considerable cash to the cause, cries went up to “Nuke Utah.”How Will African-American Clergy React to Obama’s ‘Evolution’ on Same-Sex Marriage?|Mansfield Frazier, Larry Durstin|May 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Or perhaps, this time, the North might not explode a nuke—it might sink another South Korea naval vessel, as it did in 2010.Leslie H. Gelb: North Korea, U.S. Headed to Brink of War, Unnoticed|Leslie H. Gelb|April 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Today as well, politicians from both parties simply assume that Iran is pursuing a nuke.Stop the Press on ‘Preemptive’: Media Adopt Pro-War Rhetoric on Iran|Peter Beinart|March 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST