Gunpowder [noun]

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Hooray Agency’s Seghers advises to “keep your gunpowder dry” in times of crisis and lean into brand values with authentic messaging.

You just stacked the furniture, sprinkled it with gunpowder and put a torch to it.

The badness of the gunpowder used by the Mexicans, was again of great service to us.

Little did Tressan dream to what a cask of gunpowder he was applying the match of his smug pertness.

Mac took that pretty hard, and came mighty near making the major eat his words with gunpowder sauce on the side.

Gunpowder explosion at Vera Cruz, by which several buildings were injured and 20 persons killed, mostly women.

It is even more comparable to the sound produced by exploding gunpowder.

Henry Garnet, provincial of the Jesuits, executed for the gunpowder plot.

The grace non nobis Domini, composed by him, was first sung on the second anniversary of the gunpowder plot, 1607.

In the last Act a good deal of gunpowder is burned advantageously to the simplification of the issue.