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Definition of napalm



  • to spread a term, idea, concept or style about. Origin: a sticky, flammable substance. When used in bombs, the explosion covers the surrounding area in napalm. Thus when one napalms an idea etc., they cover the area with it.
    I napalmed the whole staff with my concept.

    Last edited on Mar 05 1998. Submitted by Rolando Hudson from New York, NY, USA on Mar 05 1998.

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