- v. Simple past tense and past participle of drill.
- adj. trained in a skill by repetitious practice
“I took Spanish from elementary school on (grew up in New Mexico and Texas) and verb tenses were drilled from the start.”
“Martin drilled three 3-pointers, almost single-handedly keeping his team close for the first three quarters.”
“Miller and Udrih hit back-to-back jumpers to cut the lead to two, and Martin drilled a 3 on a fast break to give Sacramento back the lead, but it was short-lived.”
“Guerin drilled a shot off the post behind Conklin about 8 minutes into the period when the game was tied 1-1.”
“During the rescue operations, holes were drilled from the surface into chambers where the miners may have sought refuge.”
“To Zounds: Stress in a rifle i (particularly in a barrel) is a mjalr factor in determining how it shoots, but I don't think anyone know why two different barrels (or ten, or 100) that are drilled from the same lot of bar stock and receive idential heat treatment will all shoot differently.”
“But before he could come down with either foot in bounds, Baker was drilled from the side by defensive back Brodney Pool, who sent Baker sprawling.”
“Marshall took a timeout to ice Nugent, but the senior captain drilled the longest kick of his career inside the left upright and against the netting.”
“Two batters later, Griffey delivered an RBI single and Dunn again drilled the first pitch he saw, this time over the center field wall for a three-run homer and a 6-3 advantage.”
“When Eddie Griffin drilled a 3-pointer to make it 87-82, James drove strong around superstar Kevin Garnett and drew a foul.”
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