Tonite Ton"ite, n. [Cf.L. tonare to thunder.] An explosive compound; a preparation of gun cotton. [1913 Webster]

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  • tonite — /ˈtoʊnaɪt/ (say tohnuyt) noun an explosive made of guncotton, a nitrate, and a nitro compound, used especially for blasting. {Latin tonāre to thunder + ite1} …   Australian-English dictionary

  • tonite — ˈtōˌnīt noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary ton (from Latin tonare to thunder) + ite : a blasting explosive consisting of a mixture of guncotton with a nitrate and sometimes a nitro compound …   Useful english dictionary

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