Definition of Blaster

1. Noun. A workman employed to blast with explosives.

Exact synonyms: Chargeman
Generic synonyms: Working Man, Working Person, Workingman, Workman
Derivative terms: Blast



Definition of Blaster

1. n. One who, or that which, blasts or destroys.

Definition of Blaster

1. Noun. Anything that, or anyone who blasts ¹

2. Noun. A device, often consisting a a box with a handle that is pressed down to detonate an explosive ¹

3. Noun. (science fiction) An unspecified powerful hand weapon, usually one that fires energy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Blaster

1. one that blasts [n -S] - See also: blasts

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blaster

blast injury
blast off
blast phase
blast transformation
blast trauma
blast wave
blastable
blasted
blastedly
blastemal
blastemas
blastemata
blastematic
blastemic
blaster (current term)
blasters
blastic
blasticidin
blasticidin S-acetyltransferase
blasticidin S deaminase
blasticidins
blastide
blastides
blastie
blastier
blasties
blastiest
blasting
blasting cap

Literary usage of Blaster

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Works of William Robertson: To which is Prefixed an Account of His Life by William Robertson, Alexander Stewart (1820)
"I understand the Queen is to send one of her own to your Majesty. To the Right Hon. my Lord Vice-chancellor and Secretary to his Majesty, from the blaster ..."

2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1871)
"... let us be leal and true : so shall we at last gather to ourselves that most valuable of all wages, even the approving smile of the Great blaster. ..."

3. Notes from My Journal when Speaker of the House of Commons by John Evelyn Denison Ossington (1900)
"I had cards out for a parliamentary dinner on Wednesday, the last dinner before blaster. I was advised to put off the dinner, and I did so. ..."

4. The Delta of the St. Clair River by Leon Jacob Cole (1903)
"East of these quarries there is a fifteen acre tract of gypsum owned by the Adamant Wall blaster Company. This tract was abandoned for a number of years. ..."

5. The Reader's Cabinet: Consisting of More Than a Hundred Papers, Original and by John Kingston (1809)
"blaster of Germany, Spain, and part of Italy. au'! was crowned king of the Romans by the Pope. lie divided his empire by will, among his sons, which proved ..."

6. The Works of William Robertson: To which is Prefixed an Account of His Life by William Robertson, Alexander Stewart (1820)
"I understand the Queen is to send one of her own to your Majesty. To the Right Hon. my Lord Vice-chancellor and Secretary to his Majesty, from the blaster ..."

7. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1871)
"... let us be leal and true : so shall we at last gather to ourselves that most valuable of all wages, even the approving smile of the Great blaster. ..."

8. Notes from My Journal when Speaker of the House of Commons by John Evelyn Denison Ossington (1900)
"I had cards out for a parliamentary dinner on Wednesday, the last dinner before blaster. I was advised to put off the dinner, and I did so. ..."

9. The Delta of the St. Clair River by Leon Jacob Cole (1903)
"East of these quarries there is a fifteen acre tract of gypsum owned by the Adamant Wall blaster Company. This tract was abandoned for a number of years. ..."

10. The Reader's Cabinet: Consisting of More Than a Hundred Papers, Original and by John Kingston (1809)
"blaster of Germany, Spain, and part of Italy. au'! was crowned king of the Romans by the Pope. lie divided his empire by will, among his sons, which proved ..."

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