rapid-fire

[ rap-id-fahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF rapid-fire

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He shot his fingers in the air and began a rapid-fire conversation.

He turned to the others, and in rapid-fire English, explained his plans.

The superiority of the Spaniards in rapid-fire guns was very great.

The girl listened to the rapid-fire pulsations of the boat ahead.

We are going to leave on Sunday and our plans are perfected in rapid-fire order.

A moment later there was a rapid-fire sputter of French expletives.

The rapid-fire gun on Fontaine's machine had jammed and he was helpless.

This man was from one of the rapid-fire commands, I believe?

Machine and rapid-fire men especially were needed at the front, it was said.

He was glad the Germans had equipped their hounds with rapid-fire guns.

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