explosion[ ik-sploh-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF explosion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPLOSION
He must 'a' got caught in an explosion of freckles sometime.
This explosion of the doctor's meant that he invited and awaited some contradiction.
But the way they'll find it out will be in an explosion that will wipe them out.
Last of all, there was the explosion, the carrying off of the coin in its canvas sacks to the horses.
It fell slowly, with a crash that was like a faint echo of the explosion.
The explosion had blown in the wall and cut off the only path by which they could descend.
This brought on an explosion, and I swore I would quit the ship.
Presently the explosion of a fire-arm was heard; they had shot through the panel.
Then she repeated: "She has adopted a baby," but this time there was no effect of an explosion.
Stand beside Johnson, and the moment the explosion is over rush out.