- v. present participle of explode.
“The most common cause for a gun's action or barrel "exploding" is some obstruction in the barrel.”
““Yes,” my mother said, the word exploding out of her as if she’d been holding her breath.”
“What it says is that the more cool stuff you ladle on, and the tvtropes page makes it clear that cool means “kewl”, as in exploding ninjas not as in “things you aesthetically appreciate,” the more you can let the realism slip in other departments.”
“The sound of the teabaggers exploding is like the sound of the old pop rocks.”
“Clearly one factor in these decisions was allowing BP to not lose their investment in the drilling site and to collect some portion of the oil exploding from the wellhead.”
“The fact that half of all the children in America are considered overweight, and diet-related illnesses are exploding, is all part of the price we are paying by neglecting family dinner.”
“Over the last 18 months the push toward ethanol and other grain-based fuels resulted in exploding prices for corn, prompting many landowners to begin looking for bigger profits by putting CRP land into crop production.”
“When President Obama kicked off his legislative push more than a year ago, he called exploding health costs "one of the greatest threats not just to the well-being of our families and the prosperity of our businesses, but to the very foundation of our economy.”
“I was hoping to get a full chapter done today, but I had to buy another whiteboard (for plotting) and then I had to do the actually plotting (without my brain exploding) and then I had to get down with the writing and translating the bullet points to words.”
“Bullets exploding is not good, Large exit wound can help in some conditions, but is it really necessary?”
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