[ mˈe͡ɪl bˈɒm], [ mˈeɪl bˈɒm], [ m_ˈeɪ_l b_ˈɒ_m]
How to use "Mail bomb" in context?
Mail bombs are devices that are often delivered through the mail. They are typically made out of non-toxic materials, and are often filled with powder. When the bomb detonates, the powder can cause serious injury or even death.
Mail bombs have been used in a number of countries in recent years. In 2010, a mail bomb was sent to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. There have also been reports of mail bombs being sent to politicians and other high-profile individuals in the United States.
Mail bombs are a frightening and dangerous weapon.
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