Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to dynamite or dynamiters.

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Examples

  • They had not yet learned that Southern sentiment was fundamentally revolutionary, dynamitic in the extreme, and could not be toyed with as with a doll-baby.

    Black and White

  • Hence, Ireland is in a state so explosive that it can only be appropriately described by the term “dynamitic.”

    Black and White

  • They had not yet learned that Southern sentiment was fundamentally revolutionary, dynamitic in the extreme, and could not be toyed with as with a doll-baby.

    Black and White

  • Hence, Ireland is in a state so explosive that it can only be appropriately described by the term “dynamitic.”

    Black and White

  • Hence, Ireland is in a state so explosive that it can only be appropriately described by the term “dynamitic.”

    Black and White

  • Hence, Ireland is in a state so explosive that it can only be appropriately described by the term “dynamitic.”

    Black and White

  • Hence, Ireland is in a state so explosive that it can only be appropriately described by the term “dynamitic.”

    Black and White

  • They had not yet learned that Southern sentiment was fundamentally revolutionary, dynamitic in the extreme, and could not be toyed with as with a doll-baby.

    Black and White

  • They had not yet learned that Southern sentiment was fundamentally revolutionary, dynamitic in the extreme, and could not be toyed with as with a doll-baby.

    Black and White

  • They had not yet learned that Southern sentiment was fundamentally revolutionary, dynamitic in the extreme, and could not be toyed with as with a doll-baby.

    Black and White

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