an aerial bomb containing high explosives and weighing from four to eight tons, used as a large-scale demolition bomb.
a motion picture, novel, etc., especially one lavishly produced, that has or is expected to have wide popular appeal or financial success.
something or someone that is forcefully or overwhelmingly impressive, effective, or influential:
The campaign was a blockbuster.
a real-estate speculator who practices blockbusting.
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a large bomb used to demolish extensive areas or strengthened targets
a very successful, effective, or forceful person, thing, etc
a lavish film, show, novel, etc, that proves to be an outstanding popular success
the profiteering real-estate practice of buying homes from white majority homeowners below market value, based on the implied threat of future devaluation during minority integration of previously segregated neighborhoods. to subject or be subjected to blockbusting: Developers blockbusted in order to buy up the entire area. Historical Examples Unborn Tomorrow Dallas McCord Reynolds noun (US, […]
a sans-serif letter with lines of uniform weight. noun another term for block letter
a method of mining a large block of ore by systematically undercutting so the ore will cave. Compare cave (def 5a).
a two-handed chord played usually in the middle range of the piano with the left hand duplicating or complementing the right-hand notes.