Definition of Exploder

1. n. One who or that which explodes.



Definition of Exploder

1. Noun. Someone or something that explodes. ¹

2. Noun. One who rejects an opinion or scheme with open contempt. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Exploder

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

Lexicographical Neighbors of Exploder

explicatory
explicit
explicit definition
explicit function
explicit functions
explicitation
explicitly
explicitness
explicitnesses
explicits
explode
explode a bombshell
exploded
exploded view
exploded views
exploder (current term)
exploders
explodes
explodey
exploding
exploding cucumber
exploding cucumbers
explodingly
explodium
exploit
exploitability
exploitable
exploitate
exploitation
exploitation film

Literary usage of Exploder

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

1. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1886)
"9, and consists of a fulminate exploder similar to that shown in ... 10 shows the mine-exploder, the position of which in the mine is illustrated in Fig. ..."

2. The Blasting of Rock in Mines, Quarries, Tunnels, Etc: A Scientific and by Albert William Daw, Zacharias Williams Daw (1898)
"Selection of Electric Fuses and Battery or exploder.—Abel's detonator fuses, as manufactured by Siemens Bros., are probably the best, but are too expensive ..."

3. Gas and Petroleum Engines: A Practical Treatise on the Internal Combustion by M.E. William Robinson (1890)
"The mixture is here BARBER,S exploder. ignited, and "rushes out with amazing force and velocity " against the vanes of a paddle-wheel, which is thus made to ..."

4. Rock Drilling: With Particular Reference to Open Cut Excavation and by Richard Turner Dana, William Lawrence Saunders, Construction Service Company (1911)
""exploder." The second of M. Sullivan's drill boats on the Livingstone ... The exploder is 79' long and 27' 4" beam. The house is 12' high at the front end ..."

5. Magneto-electric and Dynamo-electric Machines: Their Construction and by Heinrich Schellen (1884)
"... -A-larm. ;i ml ]\Iine exploder. If, with the previously described machines, after rotating the armature until the electro-magnets become quite strong, ..."

6. The Gas Turbine by Norman Davey (1914)
"Moreover, water was introduced into the combustion chamber, “to prevent the inward pipes and the mouth of the exploder for1 melting by the velocity and ..."

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