powder[ pou-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF powder
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But, fast as you could move, Scottie, powder drives lead a lot faster.
You see, we left the shop in such a hurry we never thought about powder and ball.
We sunk many guns in the lake; and as for the powder, that had taken care of itself.
Ignoring his wild shouts they crunched to powder all his giant bones.
Does the white chief burn his powder in the faces of his brothers?
Put the powder into small bottles, and secure the corks closely.
Powder the sugar, and strew it in layers between the slices of pine-apple.
Sift half a pound of flour, and powder a pound of loaf-sugar.
I mean to blow up the bears en masse with 100 lbs of powder.
Next morning they set about building the storehouses and powder magazine.