bullets

All Noun
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  • His mind made him believe that his body could stop bullets.
  • Of course, when writing by hand, bullets may be drawn in any style.
  • And I just got in there when bullets starting going by me.
  • Yet, claims about silver bullets pop up now and again, even today.
  • They shot out the front window and shot up the inside of the store, but then ran out of bullets.
  • Another who had attempted to shield his body from the bullets was shot.
  • The primary reason was pressure to use non-lead bullets.
  • These pre-formed bullets are simply pressed into the case mouth.
  • Hard difficulty and above employ enemies with more health as well as fire more bullets per second.
  • These bullets are designed to break up on impact, which results in a huge increase in surface area.
  • Caldwell himself was soon struck by two bullets and put out of action.
  • When the battle began, the British officer ordered his troops to fire without loading bullets.
  • In first-person shooters, this problem appears when bullets hit the enemy without damage.
  • He once shot five bullets through a Foreign Office window to be told he may have hit someone.
  • Both the clay materials and the bullets used for the test are not common.
  • Any enemy bullets that come into contact with it are reflected back in the general direction it came from.
  • He also claims that he was shot by two bullets, not one bullet as stated by official media.
  • At the location where the shot would have killed him, two bullets had pierced through the wall.
  • The bullets were large and shot from a close distance.
  • Two bullets shattered his car's windows and the last hit him on his left shoulder.
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Root form of bullets is bullet for the noun.

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Meaning of bullets

  • noun A projectile that is fired from a gun