[ US /ˈneɪpɑm/ ]
[ UK /nˈeɪpɑːm/ ]
[ UK /nˈeɪpɑːm/ ]
- gasoline jelled with aluminum soaps; highly incendiary liquid used in fire bombs and flamethrowers
How To Use napalm In A Sentence
- The fear of burning, and consequently napalms, is cross-cultural. Training Christian Terrorists
- Rocker Courtney Love has joined the celebrity Jessica Simpson fan club after hanging out with the pop star on Friday night - insisting she understands why John Mayer called the busty blonde "sexual napalm". JAM! Showbiz
- The Cure make an appearance with the shoegazey napalms adorning All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
- Napalm poured into the villages while weed killers defoliated the countryside.
- There are methods to making life a little easier, such as stocking up on napalms to unleash on tough bosses. Undefined
- But it's a long journey, and before he confronts the renegade colonel, Willard must first face all manner of trippy imagery, including the American Air Cavalry strafing a Vietnamese village to the sound of amplified Wagner, Robert Duvall declaring that he loves "the smell of napalm in the morning", a riot triggered by frugging bunny-girls, a Californian surfer on LSD and Dennis Hopper as a madly babbling photojournalist. Apocalypse Now: No 1
- Equally horrible was napalm, which melts its victims into a kind of gelatin.
- Are we going to start napalming the country for him or something?
- Originally the name napalm was given to a thickener that could be mixed with gasoline and other incendiary material. 1968 the Year that Rocked the World
- The defenders had been bombed and napalmed by Japanese airplanes, shellacked by Japanese artillery and doused with poison gas, and they had no ammunition of their own left to fight back.