bombsite


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bombsite

(ˈbɒmˌsaɪt)
n
an area where the buildings have been destroyed by bombs
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"Ravenscraig looks like a bombsite now thanks to the Tories - yet they actually have the gall to claim Britain is booming.
If you don't remember I will tell you - it was a bombsite, I used to play football in my lunch hour at the bottom of Castle Street and the goals were the walls of two air raid shelters.
Lily Not Live: The blonde bombsite serves up a helping of comedy, music, gossip and scandal with guests Lesley Joseph and Scottish comedienne Dorothy Paul.
"When the baby's born, the house will suddenly become a bombsite and I'll be screaming at him.
Now, hopefully, a virtual bombsite will finally be transformed into a block which its residents will be more than happy to live in.
WORK to transform a derelict "bombsite" in a Warwickshire town centre could start within weeks after an official planning application was submitted to council bosses.
Life is a drag these days for the scathing Scouse comedian who refers to his alter ego as the "blonde bombsite".
THE one-time Birkenhead Bombsite Lily Savage, now TV presenter Paul O'Grady, is basking in the glory of his royal gong.
After the demolition the site was left for several months - and was branded as looking like a bombsite by neighbours, passers-by and councillors.
Over recent decades recession has taken its toll on the city but Mr Wainwright, who last year bemoaned the effects of "bombsite" Liverpool, sees light at the end of the tunnel.
SOMETHING else which needs sorting out soon is the former Bob's Cafe "bombsite" along the A45 at Stretton On Dunsmore.
It may be 2000, but you'll still find bombsite dealers trading from little pitches full of wrecks with flat tyres and cobwebs.