- bomb (noun)
- any shocking surprise
- something which arouses great interest or excitement; sensation; specif., a woman with remarkable sex appeal, typically one who is blond and buxom
- An example of a bombshell is a groom finding out at his wedding that his bride slept with his best man.
- An example of a bombshell is Marilyn Monroe.
The definition of a bombshell is something very shocking or exciting, or a very attractive person.
- An explosive bomb.
- One that is shocking, surprising, or amazing.
- One who is very attractive.
- Whether her look is natural and sexy with a shimmery nude lipstick or flat out bombshell with a bright red lipstick, Rhianna manages to pull off a gorgeous pout by keeping her lips glossy and avoiding dark, gloomy and unflattering shades.
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- No one could have predicted Mo'Nique's successes less than one year after her Essence Magazine bombshell that her older brother Gerald sexually abused her for a number of years when she was just a young child.
- Clive Pearse visited the contestants on day two of the challenge to drop a bombshell - after finishing their rooms, they would be required to "present" the rooms "TV presenter style" to the judges.
- Though many TV watchers thought the blonde bombshell was on some type of drug, leading to erratic behavior on and off-screen, no illegal drugs were found in her system at the time of death.