use pulverising in a sentence.
London, while looking forward to Israel "pulverising" some "160 Shi'ite villages" made the implications of Eisenkot's thinking clear: "In practical terms, the Palestinians in Gaza are all Khaled Mashaal, the Lebanese are all Nasrallah, and the Iranians are all Ahmadinejad."
Antonio Pappano opted to mark the recent Mahler anniversaries in Rome rather than in London, which was the UK's loss and Italy's gain if this pulverising live recording of the Sixth is anything to go by.
British commanders turned to pulverising air strikes and helicopter gunships that killed hundreds of Taliban fighters.
Their sound could be quirky, kitsch and cute, or pulverising, but it was always identifiable as Moog.
Technically ingenious and historically significant, Moogs ooze character with a sound that can be kitsch – or pulverising