[ US /ˈnɪmɹɑd/ ]
[ UK /nˈɪmɹɒd/ ]
  1. (Old Testament) a famous hunter
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How To Use Nimrod In A Sentence

  • There is also a marked increase in guided-weapons spending in the period, including the £1.2 billion Meteor air-to-air missile for the Eurofighter, and there is the MARS fleet replenishment programme, the Future-Lynx, and the £3bn contract for 12 Nimrod MRA4 aircraft which was announced this week. Conservatives beware
  • Or does "nimrod" mean something else to you, much as facts regarding 9/11 do? I'm assailed in the local paper for failing to take the 9/11 truthers seriously.
  • BAE now is selected as the prime contractor in July 1996 to supply a complete package of 21 mission-equipped Nimrod 2000 aircraft, together with a training system and initial logistic support.
  • I sighed and scooped up the text book with a slight groan of effort - there was no way that was all Sociological theory, I bet they padded it out with stupid little pictures so that nimrods like Darcy could understand it.
  • We can't argue that fund managers as a group are nimrods.
  • Then another sleigh load of cariboo, in all twelve Cariboo, two sleighs of hare, grouse and ptarmigan, then a man carrying a dead _carcajou_, then in the distance, the soldier-like phiz of the Nimrod himself, nimbly following on foot the cavalcade. Picturesque Quebec : a sequel to Quebec past and present
  • Truckloads of deer and bear have been slain by nimrods using rifles topped off with over or under scope mounts and will continue to be until Grandpa's prize bull starts producing milk.
  • The saddest part is that any information coming from anywhere will most likely be clamped down on and shut off from the regular folks, leaving us with that Kristin nimrod and Ausiello and his frak attacks … The Tail Section » Lost Producers React to Spoiler-Gate ‘07
  • The richest vegetation discovered on the "Nimrod" expedition consisted of sheets of a lichen or fungoid growth, covering the bottom of the freshwater lakes near Cape Royds, and visible through the clear ice throughout the many months when the water is frozen. Perspective of Antarctica in 1911
  • The second was for the refurbishment of a fleet of Nimrod maritime reconnaissance aircraft. Times, Sunday Times
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