Gun synonyms

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The definition of a piece is a part of a whole.
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Cannon; artillery.
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A gun, fired from the shoulder, with spiral grooves cut into the inner surface of the barrel
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Paint sprayer, powered by compressed air or other gas, larger than an airbrush.
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Alternative spelling of airbrush.
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A submachine gun.
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An instrument for reducing a liquid to spray or vapor for disinfecting, cooling, medical use or perfume spraying.
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A device used for injecting or drawing fluids through a membrane.
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A device suggestive of a gun
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Large cannon like weapons, transportable and usually operated by more than one person.
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A complete assembly, consisting of an artillery tube and a breech mechanism, firing mechanism or base cap, which is a component of a gun, howitzer or mortar. It may include muzzle appendages.
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The definition of a rocket is a long circular device that is launched into the air.
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A short musket of wide bore and flaring muzzle, formerly used to scatter shot at close range.
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(Dated, 1800s) a common misspelling of the Deringer pistol.
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A tone control system designed to compensate for frequency distortion in audio systems.
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A personal weapon that uses explosive powder to propel a metal (usually lead) projectile.
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An early type of firearm, using a spring-loaded flint to strike sparks into the firing pan.
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A small cartridge designed for target shooting; a ball cap.
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A phonograph record for playing at 45 revolutions per minute
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An early kind of machine gun having a cluster of barrels designed to be successively discharged automatically when rotated about an axis
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A device that produces and radiates heat, typically to raise the temperature of a room or building.
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(Sports, rugby, ice hockey) A powerfully hit shot.
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(Historical) A kind of breech-loading steel cannon.
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(Wine) A bottle of wine containing 1.5 liters of fluid, double the volume of a standard bottle.
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A musket with such a gunlock
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A smoothbore shoulder gun used from the late 1500s through the early 1800s.
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The mechanical component of a fuse in a bomb or torpedo responsible for firing the detonator.
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A revolution, as of the crankshaft of an engine
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A person or thing that revolves
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A thin straight piece or bar of material, such as metal or wood, often having a particular function or use, as:
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(Slang) The front passenger seat in a vehicle, next to the driver; so called because the position of the shotgun-armed guard on a horse-drawn stage-coach, wagon train, or gold transport was next to the driver on a forward-mounted bench seat.
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The state of being in rapid motion; rapidity:
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A small cannon attached to a swivel or pivot. It was usually located on a ship's rail so it could have a large range of fire, and could fire anything ranging from small round balls of lead to cannon balls.
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A .38-caliber revolver.
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A diminutive of the male given name Thomas.
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A type of compact submachine gun, having a caliber of 9 millimeters.
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An instrument of attack or defense in combat or hunting, e.g. most guns, missiles, or swords.
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A city of south-central England southwest of London. The capital of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex, it was an important center of learning that attracted many religious scholars.
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To wound or kill with a firearm.
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To fire or let fly (a missile) from a weapon.
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To blatantly mention a particular product or service as if advertising it.
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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(Photog.) A chemical that speeds up developing
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a pedal that controls the throttle valve
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(US, automotive) Accelerator; foot control for fuel flow.
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(Slang) A humorous or entertaining event or person.
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The lever or pedal that controls this valve.
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large but transportable armament
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A man skilled in the use of a gun.
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In modern usage: a person who behaves with the bravado expected of someone who would duel with guns.
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A person hired to kill or defend someone
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a professional killer who uses a gun
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(US slang) A hired gunman; a bodyguard.
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Someone who kills for a living; a hired assassin
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(Soccer) goalscorer, someone who scores goals.
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(Archaic, military) A naval mine.
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A video game in which shooting enemies (targets) is the main objective.
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An English surname​, originally a nickname for someone with strong arms.
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Alternative form of biretta.
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Obsolete form of bran.
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A patronymic surname​.
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(Proper, person) Name of a family of Ger. steel & munitions manufacturers in the 19th & 20th cent.
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The City of Lancaster, a UK local government district with city status in Lancashire in North West England. Its main settlement is Lancaster, from which it obtained its city status.
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An English patronymic surname.
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A German semiautomatic pistol used by their troops in both World Wars.
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A game fish having a pointed spearlike upper jaw belonging to either of the genera Tetrapturus or Makaira.
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A trademark for a repeating rifle or pistol.
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A surname​.
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A city of southwest Massachusetts on the Connecticut River near the Connecticut border. Settled in 1636, it was the site of a national armory (1794–1968) and was an important producer of small arms. The game of basketball originated at a local school (1891).
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Plural form of steven
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(Historical) A type of light musket.
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(Military) A kind of breechloading, centre-fire rifle.
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A large cannon.
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(Military, historical) A light cannon developed in the late 15th century and decorated with an image of a falcon.
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An old form of gunlock, as the flintlock, which ignites the priming by a spark.
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(Slang) A .44 Magnum handgun
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A kind of harquebus
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A heavy portable matchlock gun invented during the 1400s.
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(Now historical) A firearm, similar to a musket but with a shorter barrel and a large bore. [from 17th c.]
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(Obsolete, weaponry) A 17th century firearm, using a matchlock or a wheellock mechanism to make sparks in the firing pan.
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A rifle that fires a .30-caliber cartridge with a 30-grain powder charge.
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A cannon
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