|explosive or propellant||smokeless powder|
|1,000 tons, measure of explosive capability, unit of weight equal to 1000 tons||kiloton|
|a chambered and coiled ammonoid (an extinct mollusk), explosive, extinct sea animal, fertilizer, fossilized ammonite shell||ammonite|
|a portable oil-burning lamp, formerly used by miners, in which the flame is protected by metal gauze to prevent it from igniting explosive gases underground||Davy lamp|
|a trademark for a French-manufactured surface-to-surface guided missile with a high-explosive warhead||Exocet|
|a trademark for a type of plastic explosive of Czech origin||Semtex|
|abandon in a desolate place (especially an island), brownish-red, brownish-red color; explosive device making a loud noise (British); act of abandoning someone in a deserted place (especially an island), deep purplish-red, deep purplish-red color, desc...||maroon|
|accusation, accuse somebody of crime, amount of money asked, an order to do something, ask money for something, attack in a rush, criticize, debit, electric property of matter, enough explosive for detonation, enough to fill something, entrust; order, ...||charge|
|act of ejecting bits of food or water from the mouth accompanied by explosive sounds; confused and incoherent speech, eject bits of food or water from the mouth while making explosive sounds; make popping or exploding sounds, make popping sound, noise ...||sputter|
|act or process of extracting ores; hewing, quarrying; process of working mines; act of laying explosive mines, laying explosives, removing minerals from earth||mining|
|amount produced, be replaced by something, crop, harvest, return, produce; income, profit, explosive force, give profit, give something as result, give something up to somebody, give way, give way to pressure, let another pass, produce something, suppl...||yield|
|angry outburst, bright exploding object, explosive device which produces a bright display of light and sound, show using fireworks, spectacular display||firework|
|area containing explosive mines, area filled with hidden explosives, hazardous situation||minefield|
|artillery shell or bomb, explosive; something shocking, something that creates a sensation, stunning woman, surprising news||bombshell|
|artistic failure, atomic bomb, attack people and places with bombs, container for aerosol, crash, damage building with explosion, defeat overwhelmingly, device for directing radiation, drop and explode bombs; fail (Slang), explosive device, explosive p...||bomb|
|attach a fuse, attach a wick (to explosives), wick (attached to an explosive)||fuze|
|attack or burn with napalm (explosive material), attack with napalm||napalm|
|attack with a torpedo; damage with a torpedo; undermine, sabotage, destroy, subvert; detonate an explosive device inside an oil well in order to facilitate the extraction of oil, electric ray, explosive for oil wells, firework, hit with torpedo, profes...||torpedo|
|basic reading textbook, explosive igniter, genetic material, introductory text, priming agent, study book for teaching fundamental concepts and skill; cap or other object used to detonate explosives, undercoat||primer|
|blast something with dynamite, blow up with dynamite; mine or charge with dynamite, powerful explosive, type of explosive, very dangerous or harmful thing, very exciting or powerful thing||dynamite|
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