- v. present participle of ricochet.
“For a long minute Kosta just stared at him, the word ricocheting around his brain like an angry grasshopper trying to escape from a jar.”
“We've been getting the outer bands here, you get these little storms kind of ricocheting off of them here and a lot of vorticity (ph) we call it or a lot of spin here into the atmosphere.”
“Scarcely had he advanced a hundred yards, when a cannon-shot, "ricocheting" as it went, struck his horse in the counter and rolled him dead on the plain.”
“Fight robots with a wide assortment of weapons such as ricocheting energy blasts, missiles, and mines.”
“But Zuccarello scored just six goals in 42 games with the Rangers this season, ricocheting back and forth between the NHL and the minors.”
“It seems like the Gop is ricocheting among Wall Street, C-street, Madison Avenue, and the CIA (or AEI), to any direction away from peace or progress.”
“Her knuckles trampolined against the glass pane that was next to my door and sent bullets of sound ricocheting off pictures, and books, and the potted plant my boss had given me on my first day, which I'd managed to murder.”
“He's able to use ricocheting sound from his "melon" to figure out his location, where food is and more.”
“One track, Ultra Thizz, has fans on Soundcloud posting things like "head asplode" and "skull fukt" thanks to its onslaught of mangled chipmunk vocals, ricocheting synth stabs, rapidly accelerating rhythms and gurgling bass.”
“It was an obsidian and tumultuous dusk outside the rabbit hole when Bunnit B. heard a ricocheting sound.”
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