- n. The art or skill of using a gun.
- gun + -manship (Wiktionary)
“Example:Presidency of a woman in a country that boasts its gunmanship is unlikely...”
“Example: Presidency of a woman in a country that boasts its gunmanship is unlikely ...”
“By that standard, Timothy McVeigh was enlisted in an “enemy (insurrectionist) army” during his time in Waco, went on “basic training” (in the sense that he practiced his gunmanship) and returned on a “military mission” to blow up the Murrah building.”
“Startled -- for, though all of them there were more or less trained shots, such swift, deadly gunmanship as this was utterly beyond their imaginations.”
“He was fond of Montoya in an offhand way, but with the lessons in gunmanship his fondness became almost reverence for the old man's easy skill and accuracy.”
“So, if over the years her South West St Andrew constituency remains the most economically dilapidated of all 60 constituencies islandwide with staggering levels of unemployment and too high a culture of gunmanship, but she is returned time and again as its member of parliament, why should she rock a boat that is permanently attached to its moorings and is going nowhere?”
“Still vaunting your gunmanship after shooting someone dead is ... what?”
“I simply don't call that gunmanship, I call that a reason to fire the chief and send the individuals for remedial training.”
“Example: "Presidency of a woman in a country that boasts its gunmanship is unlikely ...”
“[And the] presidency of a woman in a country that boasts its gunmanship is unlikely. ”
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