pistol[ pis-tl ]SEE DEFINITION OF pistol
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Katherine handed Austin the pistol which she had taken from Dick's hand.
A moment later, when he was alone, he uncocked the pistol--Dick's pistol.
He leaped toward Garson—would have wrenched the pistol from the other's grasp.
He sprang to the octagonal window, even as Dick took possession of the pistol.
His hand slipped into the pocket where was the pistol, and clutched it.
On the instant, the pistol leaped into view, pointed straight at Garson.
Suddenly, Burke dropped the pistol into his pocket, and lolled back in his chair.
In tying the professor they came upon the pistol in his coat pocket.
Suddenly, the mouth of a pistol was pointing straight at the lieutenant's head.
A Spanish captain fired a pistol at me down off Santa Catharina.