dynamite

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Synonyms for dynamite

to pull down or break up so that reconstruction is impossible

Words related to dynamite

an explosive containing nitrate sensitized with nitroglycerin absorbed on wood pulp

blow up with dynamite

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At the last a charge of gunpowder was fired, and the concussion exploded the dynamite.
It was Mauki who supplied the key that opened the padlock on the boat, and it was Mauki who equipped the boat with a dozen Winchesters, an immense amount of ammunition, a case of dynamite with detonators and fuse, and ten cases of tobacco.
AN Officer of the Government, with a great outfit of mule-waggons loaded with balloons, kites, dynamite bombs, and electrical apparatus, halted in the midst of a desert, where there had been no rain for ten years, and set up a camp.
Father was branded as a nihilist and an anarchist, and in one cartoon that was copied widely he was portrayed waving a red flag at the head of a mob of long-haired, wild-eyed men who bore in their hands torches, knives, and dynamite bombs.
And the four of us landed on the little beach and set up housekeeping among the coconuts with a larder full of dynamite and square-face.
Forty tons of dynamite have been your best friend to-day, young man.
If only some hand," he remarked, "could plant dynamite below that streak of white, so that the sea could disgorge its dead