Definition of Chedite

1. an explosive [n -S] - See also: explosive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chedite

chedda
cheddar
cheddar cheese
cheddar pink
cheddared
cheddarlike
cheddars
cheddary
cheddite
cheddites
cheder
chederim
cheders
chedi
chedis
chedite (current term)
chedites
chee-chee
chee-chees
chee chee
chee chees
cheeba
cheechako
cheechakoes
cheechakos
cheek
cheek-pouch
cheek bone
cheek by jowl
cheek muscle

Literary usage of Chedite

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1. Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the Italian by Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff, Eleutario Felix Foresti (1857)
"Vai, as we have seen in the above note, is used towards servants and persons with whom we are on a familiar footing, as: chedite roi? What do you say? ..."

2. The Official History of the Three Hundred and Fourth Engineer Regiment by Army, 304th Engineer Regiment, United States (1920)
"... in any quantities in France, but that the greater part of what work was done along these lines was done with the French explosives, chedite and ..."

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