Tinderbox (disambiguation)

A tinderbox is a container with the essential tools to make a fire.

Tinderbox may also refer to:

In computer science:
* Tinderbox Software, a software development tool
* Tinderbox Application software, a personal content management tool developed by Eastgate Systems

In entertainment:
* "Tinderbox" Album, an album by Stiff Little Fingers
* "Tinderbox", Siouxsie & the Banshees album, an album by Siouxsie & the Banshees
* "Tinderbox", song, by Elton John from the 2006 album "The Captain & The Kid"
* "Tinder Box" CSI episode, an episode of "CSI: Miami"
* "Tinderbox'", a song by Acoustic Alchemy from the 2003 album "Radio Contact"
* "The Tinder Box", a Danish fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen

In commerce:
* The Tinder Box, a chain of tobacco stores founded in Santa Monica, California in 1928

In sport:
* Tinderbox (racehorse), a competitor who failed to complete the 1843 Grand National.

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