Bus routes have been set up and kamikaze motorcycle-taxi riders forced to wear helmets.
There, weather foiled their invasions and gave rise to the legend of the divine wind, or kamikaze.
We've seen the crotch kamikaze next to come, the snitch one.
One second, you'd be creeping up on an enemy encampment, the next you'd be pulverized by a kamikaze pilot.
Watch one run, and the allure of skeleton is obvious: it's kamikaze style.
For objects requiring a bigger kick, a kamikaze spacecraft or a nuclear bomb might do the job.
Sandy the bartender proffers raspberry kamikaze shots on the house.
Although it may sound a little extreme, this kamikaze tactic serves to protect the ant's nest and territory.
British Dictionary definitions for kamikaze
noun (often capital)
(in World War II) one of a group of Japanese pilots who performed suicidal missions by crashing their aircraft, loaded with explosives, into an enemy target, esp a ship
an aircraft used for such a mission
(modifier) (of an action) undertaken or (of a person) undertaking an action in the knowledge that it will result in the death of the person performing it in order that maximum damage may be inflicted on an enemy a kamikaze attack, a kamikaze bomber
(modifier) extremely foolhardy and possibly self-defeating kamikaze pricing
C20: from Japanese, from kami divine + kaze wind, referring to the winds that, according to Japanese tradition, destroyed a Mongol invasion fleet in 1281
"suicide corps," 1945, Japanese, lit. "divine wind," from kami "god, providence, divine" + kaze "wind." Originally the name given in folklore to a typhoon which saved Japan from Mongol invasion by wrecking Kublai Khan's fleet (August 1281).