Grenades [noun]

Definition of Grenades:

bomb

Synonyms of Grenades:


Opposite/Antonyms of Grenades:

-


Sentence/Example of Grenades:

They are throwing grenades, they are fricking shooting people with paint balls.

Tam had a tray of bombs under the fuselage‚ÄĒsomething in destructive quality between a Mills grenade and a three-inch shell.

When I said this, I turned to jab a claw at the other priests, using the motion to cover my flicking a coin grenade toward them.

In this sector life in the trenches was made more uncertain than ever by the introduction of the rifle grenade by the Germans.

A Divisional grenade school was formed, at which 13 officers and 260 other ranks were put through a course every week.

From the trials made we could not notice any appreciable superiority over the salt solution as used in the Harden grenade.

A grenade had come flying into the foxhole where Dane and Harding had felt reasonably safe.

Later on, when our men became more used to grenade fighting, such incidents were of almost everyday occurrence.

A grenade company of the Northumberland Fusiliers, consisting of two officers and 120 men, was added to it by accident.

Another thing which seems to have grown more or less of itself is the bomb or grenade.