kamikaze

[ UK /kˌæmɪkˈɑːzi/ ]
[ US /ˌkɑməˈkɑzi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a pilot trained and willing to cause a suicidal crash
  2. a fighter plane used for suicide missions by Japanese pilots in World War II
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How To Use kamikaze In A Sentence

  • The Pacific fighting had taken a new and terrible turn and the kamikazes were a totally alien idea to American culture, a fact that surrounded the suicide planes with even more horror.
  • Other results arose from his study of how to defend against kamikaze bombers.
  • The reason I ask is that kamikaze is Japanese for “Divine Wind”, and it would just be too funny if he chose to call himself William “kamikaze” Dembski. Now, That's a Video to Look Forward To - The Panda's Thumb
  • In strictly military terms, a guided missile is little different from a kamikaze or a hijacked passenger jet.
  • Don't forget where the term 'kamikaze' originated. Chain of Attack
  • They also mention how kamikaze pilots would write haiku before their final mission.
  • “Luck,” Steven shouted, as Christy barely dodged a kamikaze pizza-delivery guy on a bike that swerved between the ambulance and her Mercedes. Wife in the Fast Lane
  • They realized that the 9/11 attacks might not be the stunning victory that al-Qaeda and many in the West took them to be at the time, and might in fact more resemble a kamikaze operation that would decimate their ranks. The Longest War
  • Robot kamikazes will soon be so cheap that anyone that nurses a grudge with the US can stock up on thousands of them, so many that it would be absurd to think that any countermeasure will be effective.
  • The Republicans are on a longterm kamikaze mission," Del. Senate panel kills House-approved bills targeting illegal immigration
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