exploded


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showing the parts of something separated but in positions that show their correct relation to one another

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The worthy father had soon a satisfactory proof of the truth of their information, for the very place was found where a rock had burst and exploded from its entrails a stony mass, like a bomb-shell, and of the size of a bull's heart.
A cock pheasant scuttered through the dry leaves and exploded almost under their feet.
The theodolite hit a jutting cliff-ledge and exploded like a shell; the books, inkstands, paint-boxes, compasses, and rulers showed for a few seconds like a swarm of bees.
A noise like the rattling of chain links, a small grind and click exploded in the stillness of the hall and a eciov began to swear in Italian.
exploded Robinson, "why don't you fix yourself up a bit, Martin?
At the last a charge of gunpowder was fired, and the concussion exploded the dynamite.
And really the man himself seems to have suddenly exploded.
He evidently took in the situation at a glance and appreciated the gravity of it as quickly as I, for our revolvers came up simultaneously and the sounds of the two reports were as one as we touched the buttons on the grips that exploded the cartridges.
Out of that five millions the small tyrant tried to keep an army of ten thousand men, pay all the hundreds of useless Grand Equerries in Waiting, First Grooms of the Bedchamber, Lord High Chancellors of the Exploded Exchequer, and all the other absurdities which these puppy-kingdoms indulge in, in imitation of the great monarchies; and in addition he set about building a white marble palace to cost about five millions itself.
The city would have died out, rotted, and exploded, long ago, but that it was reinforced from the fields.
exploded one after the other, incessantly, from his lips.
Here I nearly exploded with laughing; and meanwhile one of the men started on with the garments.
The revolver exploded harmlessly in the air, and the seaman crumpled up with a scream of pain and terror.
A person who, because he has corns himself, always treads on other people's toes," answered the Roman Candle in a low whisper; and the Cracker nearly exploded with laughter.
she said suddenly, just as though the words had exploded from her mouth.