bombarding, present participle; bombarded, past tense; bombards, 3rd person singular present; bombarded, past participle;
Attack (a place or person) continuously with bombs, shells, or other missiles
the city was bombarded by federal forces
supporters bombarded police with bottles
Assail (someone) persistently, as with questions, criticisms, or information
they will be bombarded with complaints
Direct a high-speed stream of particles at (a substance)
A cannon of the earliest type, which originally fired a stone ball
bombardon: a large shawm; the bass member of the shawm family
pelt: cast, hurl, or throw repeatedly with some missile; "They pelted each other with snowballs"
throw bombs at or attack with bombs; "The Americans bombed Dresden"
address with continuously or persistently, as if with a barrage; "The speaker was barraged by an angry audience"; "The governor was bombarded with requests to grant a pardon to the convicted killer"
direct high energy particles or radiation against
(bombardment) barrage: the rapid and continuous delivery of linguistic communication (spoken or written); "a barrage of questions"; "a bombardment of mail complaining about his mistake"
The bombard, also known as talabard or ar vombard in the Breton language or bombarde in French, is a popular contemporary conical bore double reed instrument widely used to play traditional Breton music. The bombard is a woodwind instrument; the reed is held between the lips. ...
A bombard is a large-caliber, muzzle-loading medieval cannon or mortar, used chiefly in sieges for throwing heavy stone balls. The name bombarde was first noted and sketched in a French historical text around 1380. The modern term bombardment derives from this.
Bombarding is the process of 'pumping' a Cold Cathode Lighting tube (otherwise called Neon Signs).
A bombardment is an attack by artillery fire directed against fortifications, troops or towns and buildings. In its strict sense the term is only applied to the bombardment of defenceless or undefended objects, houses, public buildings, etc. ...
(Bombardment (game)) The following is a list of rules variations for the collection of games known as dodgeball in different countries and/or states.
a medieval primitive cannon, used chiefly in sieges for throwing heavy stone balls; a bassoon-like medieval instrument; To attack something with bombs, artillery shells or other missiles or projectiles; To attack something or someone by directing objects at them
(bombarded) attacked persistently
(Bombarding) Refers to the act of processing neon electrodes using the previously mentioned bombarder.
(Bombardment) An act of self defense exhibited by New World tarantulas, in which they fling urticating hairs into the air by rapidly rubbing their abdomen with a back leg.
(BOMBARDMENT) To fire cannons on a certain area for an extended time
(16’ Bombardment) Large caliber pedal stop. It is wise to buy only the smokeless powder version of this stop. Its biggest disadvantage is the necessity to reload in the middle of long bass passages.
(Bombardment) A heavy assault or attack of artillery
(Bombardment) A program of target engagement. A bombardment might vary from an attack on a single target to a lengthy engagement of multiple targets over hours or even days. The aim of a bombardment is to cause both physical damage and to lower the enemy's morale. ...
(Bombardment) Process of directing a beam of neutrons or high-energy charged particles onto a target material in order to produce nuclear reactions.
A piece of heavy ordnance for heaving stones used during a siege.
a large leather container meant to hold liquor.
to batter with bombs; to attack or assail with indirect fire. Also, the earliest kind of cannon. [cf: bombard as the earliest type of indirect cannon launching stones, from "noise" (bomb) and "stone-throwing engine" (bombarda)]
Used as a verb, it means to pelt the enemy with shells or bombs. See Bombardier.
Hurls a magical boulder at the Target, dealing physical damage. This spell also has a chance to knockback and stun a player Target.