- 1(Of a building or city) destroyed by bombing: a bombed-out factoryMore example sentences
- War-torn Germany is provocatively portrayed with bombed-out buildings and spontaneous marketplaces arising out of stark, rubble-lined streets.
- The mayor has likened Montreal to a bombed-out city, claiming parking lots ‘shamefully disfigure’ the city's downtown core.
- Although there has been a lot of development in the area, some of the same bombed-out buildings are still standing, just as they were 60 years ago.
- 1.1(Of a person) driven out of a place by bombing: bombed-out familiesMore example sentences
- The film is told through the eyes of a bombed-out family; Craigie didn't want to impose her own opinions on the film.
- Lacking space the Council bought land from neighbouring boroughs to build municipal housing for its bombed out residents.
- As well as repairing damaged houses, the authorities had to provide various services for bombed-out families who found themselves without the basic necessities to live.
More definitions of bombed-outDefinition of bombed-out in:
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