gun


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Synonyms for gun

to wound or kill with a firearm

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They had the gun, by this time, slewed round upon the swivel, and Hands, who was at the muzzle with the rammer, was in consequence the most exposed.
There was a long silence, and then one of the gun bullocks lifted up his big head and said, "This is very foolish indeed.
He looked at the little lady, she looked at him, and he felt that he was melting; but he remained steadfast, with his gun at his shoulder.
Because the balls sent by this gun are not ordinary balls, but little cases of glass.
Their armoured bodies glittered in the sun as they swept swiftly forward upon the guns, growing rapidly larger as they drew nearer.
There they are whacking away at each other, great guns going, shells exploding, magazines bursting, ironwork flying about like straw in a gale, all we've been dreaming of for years
There were hidden machine guns, too, that bothered the colonel considerably.
There are many Arabs and countless Manyuema, and they all have guns.
Before I could get upon my feet and recover my gun, which seemed to have been struck from my hands, I heard Morgan crying out as if in mortal agony, and mingling with his cries were such hoarse, savage sounds as one hears from fighting dogs.
Spilling out of his right hand were the two cartridges which he had failed to put into the gun and which he had clutched until consciousness left him.
The Gun Club once founded, it is easy to conceive the result of the inventive genius of the Americans.
The members of the Gun Club, a circle of artillerymen formed at Baltimore after the American war, conceived the idea of putting themselves in communication with the moon
He went back himself to a double birch tree on the other side, and leaning his gun on the fork of a dead lower branch, he took off his full overcoat, fastened his belt again, and worked his arms to see if they were free.
Winkle, who was holding his gun as if he wished his coat pocket to save him the trouble of pulling the trigger, to Mr.
The sawed gun was not more than two foot long--one could carry it easily under one's coat.