Definition of Explode a bombshell
1. Verb. Utter or do something surprising. "Father exploded a bombshell when he forbade us to go to the prom"
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Literary usage of Explode a bombshell
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1. Armadale by Wilkie Collins (1866)
"in science after business hours), we'll explode a bombshell in Thorpe-Ambrose!" He produced the bombshell on a slip of paper as he spoke: —• "A. Ped- gift ..."
2. The Traitor: A Story of the Fall of the Invisible Empire by Thomas Dixon (1907)
"If my plans succeed, I'll explode a bombshell in the court room the day he faces the jury." Susie extended her hand. "I beg your pardon for my rudeness. ..."