Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as catapult, 2.
“Thanks for reminding us all that girls can kill an evil clown with a sling-shot, murder an entire prom with their mind, or kidnap an author and keep him in her house.”
“Majdi Mohammed/Associated Press READY, AIM, FIRE: A masked Palestinian demonstrator used a sling-shot to hurl stones at Israeli troops, not pictured, during the weekly demonstration against Israel's separation barrier in the West Bank village of Bilin, near Ramallah, Friday.”
“Many will not be able to go hunting with a sling-shot due to his royal 8 yrs in office.”
“If you're excited to see pugil sticks and sling-shot humans coming at you in 3-D, you'll likely also be happy to know the "Jackass" franchise will allegedly be continued in a third movie, this one in three dimensions as well.”
“But even with the magic of digital revelations sling-shot across all bandwidths, the answer has to be: depends.”
“Lloyd explains what made the sling — which bears little resemblance to the modern sling-shot — in many ways better than the bow:”
“And this willingness is just another of their weapons–bringing cannons to a sling-shot fight, to play on a popular idiom.”
“I supose next the Arm Chair hunters will demand a sling-shot as a hunting rifle.”
“Edwards sling-shot strategy seems increasingly improbable.”
“The phone sounded like a wounded bird struck in mid-flight by the force of a young boy's sling-shot.”
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