- ammon's horn,
- ammonia clock
Origin of ammonal
Examples from the Web for ammonal
A gap was blown in the enemy wire by the explosion of an ammonal tube.Canada in Flanders, Volume III (of 3)|Charles G. D. Roberts
The Camp Commandant had written what looked like an 'o' in place of an 'a.' Ammonol is a drug; ammonal is an explosive.
Several dug-outs were bombed, and in some cases set on fire, one being blown up by the Royal Engineers with an ammonal tube.The Sherwood Foresters in the Great War 1914 - 1919|Captain W. C. C. Weetman
They were to carry 6-feet tubes full of ammonal for blowing gaps in the wire.
For what purpose is Ammonal used—is it a drug or an explosive?'