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  • n. A political dynamiter.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A political dynamiter. [A form found in some newspapers.]

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as dynamiter.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But then he is responding to the appeals of a clamant and not over-particular stomach, while your dynamitard is occasionally a well-fed barbarian with a queasy palate.

    Tropic Days

  • THE CRIER: (LOUDLY) Whereas Leopold Bloom of no fixed abode is a wellknown dynamitard, forger, bigamist, bawd and cuckold and a public nuisance to the citizens of Dublin and whereas at this commission of assizes the most honourable ...

    Ulysses

  • As she was leaving, Bonafede came down and said that Matthieu would like to see me if I saw fit, and together we mounted to the back attic where the dynamitard was concealed.

    A Girl Among the Anarchists

  • Émile Henry was representative of the theoretical dynamitard; Matthieu, like Ravachol, of the dynamitard by passion.

    A Girl Among the Anarchists

  • Émile Henry, the dynamitard of the Café Terminus, belonged to the number of what I may call the theoretical dynamitard.

    A Girl Among the Anarchists

  • We walked boldly past Limpet, and were soon at Shoolbred's, where I left the dynamitard with Bonafede, and, taking a roundabout walk, returned within half-an-hour to Grafton Street.

    A Girl Among the Anarchists

  • With the pompous symbolism of the grand-mannerist, or the smart symbolism of the caricaturist, or the half-baked symbolism of the pseudo-philosophical-futuro-dynamitard he has no truck whatever.

    Since Cézanne

  • Mr. Lowell sacrificed the interests of their dynamitard friends to a brutal British government; but, as the Washington officials took no notice, nobody here paid much attention to the matter.

    Stories of Authors, British and American

  • THE CRIER: _ (Loudly) _ Whereas Leopold Bloom of no fixed abode is a wellknown dynamitard, forger, bigamist, bawd and cuckold and a public nuisance to the citizens of Dublin and whereas at this commission of assizes the most honourable ...

    Ulysses

  • Are we then to repudiate Fabian methods, and return to those of the barricader, or adopt those of the dynamitard and the assassin?

    The Revolutionist’s Handbook

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  • "Mad bomber" he thought a bit hard.
    His name had been shamefully tarred,
    But French will go far
    To melt away tar:
    He's pleased to claim "dynamitard."

    March 1, 2015

  • "Whereas Leopold Bloom of no fixed abode is a well-known dynamitard, forger, bigamist, bawd and cuckold and a public nuisance to the citizens of Dublin ..."
    Joyce, Ulysses, 15

    February 8, 2007