Blaster synonym. Blast Synonyms, Blast Antonyms: Page 3 of 145

Blast Synonyms, Blast Antonyms: Page 3 of 145

blaster synonym

Recent Examples on the Web: Noun The blast killed a six-year-old child and wounded two others. He blasted his rival with a pistol. The driver gave a long blast on his horn. They blasted the enemy plane out of the sky. The mayor was blasted by the local press. A gunship blasted enemy headquarters.

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Blaster Shooter synonyms, Blaster Shooter antonyms

blaster synonym

Synonyms: blast , blight , dash 1 , wither , wreck These verbs mean to have a pernicious, destructive, or ruinous effect on something: actions that blasted any chance for peace; a neighborhood blighted by poverty; ambitions dashed by lack of funds; a harsh critique that withered their enthusiasm; a life wrecked by depression. . The rock has been blasted away. Verb Workers were blasting rock where the new highway will go. The judge blasted the lawyers for delaying the trial. But the true game changer began in 1992 with the Sharpshooter, a spring-loaded dart gun that shot Nerf projectiles and marked the start of the Blaster era. The product mix first expanded in 1972 with the Nerfoop a basketball game set and then the Nerf Football actually invented by Minnesota Vikings kicker Fred Cox.

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Blaster synonyms, blaster antonyms

blaster synonym

He was hit by a blast of water from the hose. Noun She opened the door and felt a cold blast. The explosion blasted a hole in the side of the ship. Human rights groups have blasted the government for its treatment of political prisoners. .

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Blaster

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Ghetto blaster Synonyms, Ghetto blaster Antonyms

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