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noun as in small missile


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The dot formation in the weekday slots borrows from the ultra-popular bullet journal method, but handles much of the work for you.

Taiwan’s compact size means that adventure is never more than two hours away by bullet train from any major city.

While recognizing monthly fluctuations can be useful, period tracking isn’t a silver bullet.

Whatever his intentions, the bullets were in the chamber long before Rittenhouse was born.

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AB 66 would have reined in the use of rubber bullets and other non-lethal weapons on protesters.

Merabet had already been immobilized by a bullet to the groin.

The incident still might have sparked trouble because that lone bullet proved fatal for a man who was black.

He survived, Risner says, but was left permanently injured by a bullet to his spine.

Not only did a cherished character get a bullet to the brain, but things are only going to get worse on The Walking Dead.

Her mother, pregnant at the time of the killing, was hit in the shoulder by a bullet from the same gun that killed her son.

He had not the least idea what wadding was, and his notion of a bullet was a dockyard cannon-ball bigger than his own head.

Next moment Tom Brown sent a bullet straight into his heart, and his tail made a splendid flourish as he fell off his pedestal!

Once even a blue bean (a bullet) made sad work with my head, and my fist has got a deuce of a smashing.

In the meantime, whilst Captain Roman was running towards a house he was shot dead by a bullet in his breast.

I could almost afford to be shot for the pleasure of putting a bullet through the black heart of Jennison.

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On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bullet, such as: ammunition, ball, cartridge, pellet, projectile, and rocket.

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