Bombardment in a sentence as a noun

SpaceX could throw in kinetic bombardment to clear traffic ahead of you during jams.

Gold has been synthesized on the nuclear level by way of neutron bombardment of other elements.

Nothing is clear yet. It's a preliminary bombardment.

The obvious mode of attack is to launch a deadly bombardment against a planet before any possible counterattack.

All that concentrated wealth getting reinvested has limited alternative options of where to go, so you just try to pry more money out of people through bombardment.

I couldn't absorb anything useful from them because I was just overwhelmed with the constant bombardment of Segmentation Faults everywhere.

Apparently the Soviet speculations was that either it might be part of some nuclear fractional-orbit bombardment system, or it might be part of a plan to launch lots of laser weapons into orbit.

By which I mean--obviously orbital bombardment can be worthwhile, but it would cause no more damage than nuclear weapons, and any magnitude of orbital bombardment that wouldn't trigger a MAD reaction would have to cause strictly less damage.

Second, the materials used in the reactors don't have the same engineering constraints that fission reactors do and so can be chosen to produce far lower quantities of hazardous radioactive isotopes bred from intense neutron flux bombardment.

They don't have control over the boarding process, and they are desperately trying to get everyone on board, seat change requests accommodated, standby and upgrade list cleared, plane catered, wheelchairs, minors, gate checked baggage, strollers, etc., all the while dealing with a bombardment of impatient, indignant, overtired, and entitled "customers".Be pleasant and let them do their job.

Bombardment definitions


the rapid and continuous delivery of linguistic communication (spoken or written); "a barrage of questions"; "a bombardment of mail complaining about his mistake"

See also: barrage outpouring onslaught


the heavy fire of artillery to saturate an area rather than hit a specific target; "they laid down a barrage in front of the advancing troops"; "the shelling went on for hours without pausing"

See also: barrage battery shelling


the act (or an instance) of subjecting a body or substance to the impact of high-energy particles (as electrons or alpha rays)


an attack by dropping bombs

See also: bombing