mail bomb

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mail bomb (plural mail bombs)

  1. An explosive device sent through the post; a letter bomb or parcel bomb.
  2. (computing) A large number of e-mails sent to one destination, or an e-mail with a very large attachment, as a denial-of-service attack.


mail bomb (third-person singular simple present mail bombs, present participle mail bombing, simple past and past participle mail bombed)

  1. To send a mail bomb (in either sense)