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Synonyms for explode

Synonyms for explode

to release or cause to release energy suddenly and violently, especially with a loud noise

to come open or fly apart suddenly and violently, as from internal pressure

to become manifest suddenly and in full force

to increase or expand suddenly, rapidly, or without control

to cause to be no longer believed or valued

Synonyms for explode

cause to burst with a violent release of energy

burst outward, usually with noise

show a violent emotional reaction

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be unleashed

destroy by exploding

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cause to burst as a result of air pressure

drive from the stage by noisy disapproval

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show (a theory or claim) to be baseless, or refute and make obsolete

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burst and release energy as through a violent chemical or physical reaction

increase rapidly and in an uncontrolled manner


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The dangerous hoard, which included 1kgof explosive black powder and an Arbra Electrical Exploder, were stolen during a raid on a quarry in the Bolton Woods area of Bradford, yesterday.
Available tools include text conferencing, voting, exploder lists.
Mighty riffs and wailing vocals on Exploder and Show Me How To Live suggest that here, at last, is a band fit to fill Led Zeppelin's shoes.
In take home, Wonka Exploder six packs -- lemon and cola flavour ice lollies that fizz like a drink (rsp: 1.
37) The court concluded that "no user could avoid liability under the New York Act simply by directing his or her communications elsewhere, given that there is no feasible way to preclude New Yorkers from accessing a Web site, receiving a mail exploder message or a newsgroup posting, or participating in a chat room.
The four types of e-bomb identified by mi2g include Chain Bombs, Error Message Bombs, Covert Distribution Channel Bombs and Mail Exploder Bombs.
Olsen, agreed that no currently available technology could give a speaker assurance that the participants in a particular mail exploder, newsgroup, or chat room are all adults.
It is an interactive grammar tutorial for ages 9 to 13 that uses inanimate objects like stealth sneakers and exploder fruits for arcade style action, minus the gore.
Often, the exploder merely needs to let off steam and finds the laboratory a convenient outlet.
Ratt < Lay It Down Riot < Road Racin Riot < Narita Riot < Swords and Tequila Rob Zombie < Superbeast Rotting Christ < Ad Notics Running Wild < Riding the Storm Sanctuary < Battle Angels Savatage < Hall of the Mountain King Saxon < Wheels of Steel Scorpions < Blackout Scorpions < Holiday Skeletonwitch < Soul Thrashing Black Sorcery Skid Row < Youth Gone Wild Slayer < Metal Storm/Face The Slayer Slough Feg < Warriors Dawn Static-X < Love Dump Tenacious D < Master Exploder Tenacious D < The Metal Testament < For The Glory Of Testament < More Than Meets The Eye Tvangeste < Birth of the Hero UFO < Rock Bottom Whitesnake < Still of the Night Wrath of Killenstein < Ignisis Dance
AREA 54 combine the sound of old school and modern rock with catchy hooks and melodies; EXPLODER, who are set to play this year's Bloodstock festival, perform a fantastic collection of impossibly catchy hard rock, fist-pumping riffs and choruses; A THOUSAND LIES, back by popular demand after their astonishing show in February, blast out hard-edged riffs, blistering solos, memorable melodies and complex arrangements.
There were two wires, making one circuit, going into my exploder.
Decades after the inquiry, an RAF corporal reported that he had seen an airman using a brass chisel to chip out the primary charge exploder from a defective 1,000lb bomb causing the problem.