Definition of Kamikazes

1. Noun. (plural of kamikaze) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Kamikazes

1. kamikaze [n] - See also: kamikaze

Lexicographical Neighbors of Kamikazes

kameeses
kameez
kameezes
kamela
kamelas
kamencheh
kamenchehs
kamerad
kameraded
kamerads
kames
kamichi
kamichis
kamik
kamikaze
kamikazes (current term)
kamiks
kamila
kamilas
kamiokite
kamis
kamises
kamishibai
kamitugaite
kamme
kampang
kampangs
kampfite
kampong
kampongs

Literary usage of Kamikazes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Final Campaign: Marines in the Victory on Okinawa by Joseph H. Alexander (1996)
"Indeed, many of the 2373 kamikazes never made it to the objective. ... kamikazes knocked his first flagship, the heavy cruiser Indianapolis, ..."

2. Case Studies in the Achievement of Air Superiority by B. Franklin Cooling, Center for Air Force History (U.S.) (1994)
"149 No radical solution to the menace of the kamikazes was ever found, however, ... 150 The legacy of the kamikazes was an expendable weapon and awesome ..."

3. Moon-o-theism: Religion of a War and Moon God Prophet, Volume I of IIby Yoel Natan by Yoel Natan (2006)
"This is bad comparison since the kamikazes only attacked military targets. Some Muslims claim that their suicide-bombers are like Samson of the Old ..."

4. Prevention Plus II: Tools for Creating and Sustaining Drug-Free Communities (1994)
""Tuesday—25 cent draft, 75 cent kamikazes, 7 pm until...." • "Friday 4 to 6:30 pm, $4.00 all you can drink." • "Every Thursday, Ladies Nite. ..."

5. General Kenney Reports: A Personal History of the Pacific War by George C. Kenney (1997)
"The bombing was the worst I had ever seen the Jap do and there were no kamikazes. Just before dark two more bombs were dropped about a hundred yards from ..."

6. Planned Invasion of Japan, 1945: The Siberian Weather Advantage by Hatten Schuyler Yoder (1997)
"Japanese fanaticism and suicidal defense techniques using kamikazes as well as the natural impenetrable ..."

7. Generation Under Fire: Children and Violence in Colombia by Robin Kirk, Human Rights Watch/Americas (1994)
"... jibaro: drug-seller kamikazes', a hired killer who knows he or she must die in an attack ley del sapo: literally law of the toad, or snitch; ..."

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