Part of speech:
A metal case containing explosives, esp. one used as an underwater mine
A man armed with a gun, esp. an armed gangster or hired killer
Guns of large caliber, too heavy to carry; mounted guns (excluding machine guns), as cannons or missile launchers: artillery may be mobile, stationary, or mounted on ships, airplanes, etc.
Any gas, as nitrous oxide, used as an anesthetic
The definition of a weapon is a tool used to injure or kill in fighting or hunting.
Any of various compact submachine guns having a caliber of 9 millimeters, originally designed in Israel in the 1950s.
The act of moving rapidly:
A smoothbore gun that fires shot over short ranges.
A rifled artillery piece
(Track & Field) A similar device used to start a race or to signal the beginning of the gun lap: it makes a loud sound but does not fire a projectile
A large mounted weapon that fires heavy projectiles. Cannon include guns, howitzers, and mortars.
(Slang) To begin talking. Often used in the imperative:
A hired killer, specif., one who is a gangster
A device, especially the gas pedal of a motor vehicle, for increasing speed.
Power or dominion, especially of a tyrannical nature:
One that revolves, as a part of a mechanism.
(Slang) A pistol.
Any weapon from which a shot is fired by the force of an explosion; esp., such a weapon small enough to be carried, as a rifle or pistol
Rocket is arugula, an edible leafy green with a slightly spicy flavor.
To refrain from; avoid or resist. Used with can or cannot:
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