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- n. Plural form of dart.
- n. A game or sport in which darts are thrown at a board, and points are scored depending on where the darts land
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- n. a game in which small pointed missiles are thrown at a dartboard
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For an instant, I think about what would happen if a tire blows -- or if a bird darts from the sky.
See Obama .... it's easy to throw darts from the cheap seats.
Apparently, my city's police department's standard procedure following a TASER discharge is to call EMTs to remove the darts from the subject's skin.
Bella darts from the car, pushing her way past the crowd.
The phrase the marshal used is common in darts to settle unruly patrons.
The multitude fled with precipitation towards the city; several were slain, and many more were trampled to death; but when the cavalry entered the streets, their pursuit was checked by a shower of stones and darts from the roofs and windows of the houses.
The dens of the amphitheatre disgorged at once a hundred lions: a hundred darts from the unerring hand of Commodus laid them dead as they run raging round the Arena.
The lofty towers which were erected on that foundation galled the besieged with large stones and darts from the military engines, and the battering rams had shaken the walls in several places.
Next came Stefan kicking Damon’s ass in darts and showing him just frustrating it is to spend time wondering what game someone is playing.
The poison tip to his darts was the Hungarian accent he still retained, a constant reminder of his origins.
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