- v. present participle of boomerang.
“Although, his reply that she could do some completely rando song, Dave Bowie or something, and make it original sent that shakalaka boomeranging back to ol 'Blunderbloomers up there on stage.”
“Gen Yers may spend the next few years leaving home, "boomeranging" back and leaving home again before establishing their own homes.”
“The anti Washington anti democrat feeling they have been stating is boomeranging back on them.”
“The introduction in 2008 of a ball change after 35 overs has also tilted the balance of power back towards the fielding side, since the new ball is more conducive to swing bowling—the black magic art that gets the ball boomeranging through the air.”
“Old Giggs has justified the lull of mid‑Giggs, and formed a boomeranging reinforcement of early Giggs.”
“You just don't have the cerebral friction to see this boomeranging back in your teeth the way Blogging and Opinion Journalism did.”
“As a result, U.S. backing has a significant probability of boomeranging sooner or later.”
“There was no quibbling, no waffling, no weepy boomeranging.”
“It took me a long time and much painful boomeranging of my expectations to achieve a realization everyone else appears to have been born with: that I am nobody but myself.”
“Once again, China's leaders don't seem to understand that mercantilist policies run the risk of boomeranging if they discourage foreign investment and inspire a protectionist backlash in the country's big export markets.”
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