- n. Attributive form of top gun
“Bush (1) invaded the wrong country, (2) used a "shoot-from-the-hip, top-gun, cowboy" strategy in both wars for years, (3) wasted American lives in the process, and (4) only after years of fumbling, stumbling, bumbling strategy did he finally listen to his generals and approve the surge – not in Afghanistan but in the country that he invaded by mistake.”
“A top-gun choreographer in his time -- feared, respected, and awed -- Cole's enormous contribution is puzzlingly little known, even inside the dance world.”
“The top-gun pilots were shocked and rendered speechless.”
“A top-gun surgeon at the Brigham performed an exceedingly tricky valve replacement using a pig valve.”
“So Balfour hired John Zwerling, a top-gun criminal defense lawyer from Alexandria.”
“There's no other reason to put man there than to satisfy ego-mania of a few top-gun pilots, daredevils and risk-takers.”
“Huckabee as top-gun, Palin makes Huck look reasonable.”
“When he arrived at Andrews Air Force Base last week, he still had "a Frankenstein scar" on his forehead - but the top-gun grin on his face was strictly Tom Cruise.”
“Then he ordered a ground assault, secure in the knowledge that the Iraqi forces were poor fighters: at the battle of Khafji, Saddam's top-gun Fifth Division had surrendered en masse after a brief exchange of fire.”
“For the chest-thumping top-gun who pushed for “The Surge”, vowed to chase Bin Laden to “gates of hell”, and called Obama defeatist, McCain cannot suddenly tranform himself into a pinheaded wonk.”
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