Examples of blitzkrieg in a Sentence
the stunned survivors of the crash were then confronted with a blitzkrieg of insensitive questions from the media
the war began with a blitzkrieg that was designed to shock the enemy into submission
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The Mariners pulled off the latest blitzkrieg in a 7-1 win over the Astros on Tuesday at Minute Maid Park.
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Some victims compare the blitzkrieg to being hit in the head with a baseball bat.
The Ducks led 29-28 at the half despite abysmal shooting from everyone not named Pritchard or McIntosh and survived a 10-minute offensive blitzkrieg from USC to start the second half.
The blitzkrieg of repairs will shut down the tracks used by the E and M lines from Queens Plaza to 50th Street.
What did happen was the Wehrmacht’s blitzkrieg into the Soviet Union in 1941, which caught Stalin by surprise.
House Republicans will vote a second time to pass their tax plan today, completing a blitzkrieg rewrite of the tax code faster than even many in their ranks thought possible just months ago.
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BLITZKRIEG Defined for English Language Learners
: a sudden and overwhelming military attack
: a fast and powerful effort
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