Explosive [adjective]

Definition of Explosive:

volatile, dangerous

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Sentence/Example of Explosive:

Rage, Bob Woodward’s newest book, was already at the top of Amazon’s bestseller list days before Americans learned about its explosive contents.

That’s according to an explosive new whistleblower complaint released by the Democrat-led House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday afternoon.

Netflix saw explosive subscriber growth in its first two quarters of this year, mainly attributed to the coronavirus pandemic.

When an idle shipment of dangerous explosives burst in Beirut, there were Carrds.

Still others have proposed that space became magnetized before all this, during cosmic inflation — the explosive expansion of space that purportedly jump-started the Big Bang itself.

But he marred it all by a temper so ungovernable that in Paris there was current a byword, "Explosive as Garnache."

With an explosive hiss, gray jets of live steam erupted from pipes around the edge of the room.

Anything made of iron and containing high explosive and detonator will be welcome.

The gasoline used also gave off a gas of highly explosive character and one very likely to escape from leaky tanks or joints.

It is often difficult in serious situations to take these explosive monosyllables seriously.