bomber

[bom-er]
noun
1.
Military. an airplane equipped to carry and drop bombs.
2.
a person who drops or sets bombs, especially as an act of terrorism or sabotage.

Origin:
1910–15; bomb + -er1

superbomber, noun
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bomber (ˈbɒmə)
 
n
1.  a military aircraft designed to carry out bombing missions
2.  a person who plants bombs
3.  slang navy a Polaris submarine

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Example sentences for Bombers
But the arguments for keeping the bombers were hotly debated.
Zeppelins were used as bombers during world war i, without notable success.
Bombers have carried armament for defence against enemy aircraft only.
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