[ US /ˈmɛɡəˌdɛθ/ ]
  1. the death of a million people
    they calibrate the effects of atom bombs in megadeaths
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How To Use megadeath In A Sentence

  • Kahn and his fellow “megadeath intellectuals” believed the United States needed to have a large number of bombs and plans for their use in multiple contingencies. The Great Experiment
  • Dr. Caldicott retreated to the outback, but she left a legacy of tremendous mass awareness about the threat of nuke megadeath and planetcide.
  • Richardson listed seven megadeath conflicts in tier two, i. e, magnitude six. The Cutting Edge of Chaos
  • I do remember some people scoffed at their name as childish hyperbole but we live in a world where megadeath caused by weapons of mass kaplooey is a real concern and the band is of this world ... you know what I mean. Archive 2004-10-01
  • Yet we've made zero progress on our main problem: slaughtering each other in generous megadeath quantities. Jonathan Schwarz: Wow, We Suck
  • All these tools are now for sale; and how very remarkable it is, in the larger scheme, that the world's first megadeath madam, the metallurgist A.Q. Khan, is "a national hero" in Pakistan. Terrorism's New Structure
  • We're talking megadeaths, if not outright extinction!
  • they calibrate the effects of atom bombs in megadeaths
  • It's a multiplayer megadeath fest, which may not be for every taste. Diversions
  • But ceding it led inexorably to megadeath, including Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Auschwitz and Belsen. Memories of the Falklands
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