boomerang

[ boo-muh-rang ]SEE DEFINITION OF boomerang

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOOMERANG

But then it occurred to me that there was a way of using the weapon which threatened, as a boomerang.

But the boomerang had come to my hand, and I'd caught it on the fly.

"Boomerang" is the joint nom-de-plume of a Young Australian and his collaborator.

Pat Valdo hurries off to prepare for his boomerang throwing.

Bewildered, she tried to retaliate with the boomerang of vituperation.

The native Australians called this constellation "The Boomerang."

Either a club such as savages use or something to throw like a boomerang.

Pullingo, who had brought his boomerang, at once eyed them eagerly.

Occasionally, too, Pullingo brought some down with his boomerang.

The Boomerang was about as long as two street cars, and about as wide as one.

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