Examples of blitz in a Sentence
The company is planning an advertising blitz for the new product.
a multimedia blitz of advertisements for the summer blockbuster
Recent Examples of blitz from the Web
Only Tom Brady (131.4), Matt Ryan (120.4), Drew Brees (107) and Dak Prescott (106.6) had higher ratings against the blitz.
Clinton can’t help but drive people to extremes and her week-long publicity blitz unsurprisingly did exactly that.
The Saints also had a pair of successful blitzes from Damian Swann and Therezie Robinson.
His win—with 38% of the vote, nearly double his nearest rival—was fueled by strong support from African-American voters and a $1.5 million ad blitz from billionaire investor George Soros.
After attending a series of grim boarding schools in England, Mr. Horne came to the United States in 1940 to escape the German bombing blitz of his homeland.
Cleveland's best defense is the blitz, a scheme that bothered Indiana, Toronto and Boston.
Woodhead, who tied for the lead among NFL running backs in receptions two years ago and has plenty of experience in blitz pickup, figures to assume some of Juszczyk’s responsibilities.
Thanks to a social media blitz spanning from Twitter to Facebook to Tumblr and everything in between, a number of suitable donors have been identified during the two-month campaign.
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First Known Use of blitz
BLITZ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blitz for English Language Learners
: a military attack in which many bombs are dropped from airplanes
: a fast and powerful effort
: a sudden attack or effort to stop or end something
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