Definition of 'blitzed'
Example sentences containing 'blitzed'
London looked more crucified by war than ever, blackened, battered, blitzed, a warhorse ripe for the knacker's yard.ULTIMATE PRIZES (2002) THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
The men who got blitzed had taken pictures from the spymobile, and they came out well.THE SCAR (2002)
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