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Blitz   /blɪts/   Listen
Blitz

verb
1.
Attack suddenly and without warning.



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"Blitz" Quotes from Famous Books



... pockets were full of articles with which to astonish the uninitiated. He, who introduced or invented a new trick or puzzle, was the hero of the shops for a day; and for many days after, as soon as learned, the men and boys were confounding each other by its performance. In those days Signor Blitz was travelling the country, giving his necromantic shows, and left behind him everywhere a taste for his wonderful performances. Our ingenuity was exercised in weaving watch chains in various patterns with silk twist; in making handsome bats for ball, and in making ...
— Confessions of Boyhood • John Albee

... he went on. "You'll pardon me if I say anything to give you offence, but you'll understand the reason why. On the day when we all lunched together at the Restaurant Blitz—you, Madame your aunt, your friend Monsieur Reggie Bradford, and I—I was a little jealous of some understanding between you two, in which I was not included. You spoke together in whispers, and exchanged glances ...
— The Inner Shrine • Basil King



Words linked to "Blitz" :   manoeuvre, maneuver, armed forces, American football game, military machine, assail, play, linebacker blitzing, onslaught, war machine, onset, safety blitz, American football, attack, onrush, ad blitz, armed services, military



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