A large container or compartment for storing fuel
An artificially constructed small deep bunker.
The first pitched battle (1775) of the War of American Independence (actually fought on Breed’s Hill near Boston, Massachusetts). Although the British won, the good performance of the untrained Americans gave considerable impetus to the Revolution
A place for storing coal
A bomb designed to penetrate deep into the ground or rock before exploding
The action of penetrating and destroying a military bunker.
An underground shelter designed to protect occupants from the effects of nuclear weapons.
An attitude of (excessive) defensiveness resulting from the perception of being under attack.