Adjective "Kamikaze" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Kamikaze


    Definition:

    1. (during World War II) a member of a special corps in the Japanese air force charged with the suicidal mission of crashing an aircraft laden with explosives into an enemy target, especially a warship.

    2. an airplane used for this purpose.

    3. a person or thing that behaves in a wildly reckless or destructive manner: We were nearly run down by a kamikaze on a motorcycle. adjective

    4. of, pertaining to, undertaken by, or characteristic of a kamikaze: a kamikaze pilot; a kamikaze attack

    Examples:

    "pilots can be kamikaze."

    "fliers can be kamikaze."

    "worlds can be kamikaze."

    "strikes can be kamikaze."

    "missions can be kamikaze."

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