- adj. Not aimed
- un- + aimed (Wiktionary)
“They responded with their unaimed Grad rockets and random bursts from anti-aircraft guns.”
“Mr. Pike emerged from the booby-hatch and with an unaimed shot brought down Bill Quigley, one of the "bricklayers," who fell at my feet.”
“The second reason was psychological: charging in the face of steady fire - even essentially unaimed fire - is extremely difficult.”
“I'm still waiting for someone to tell us the military utility of shooting unaimed rockets in the direction of civilian neighborhoods is.”
“Chandrakirti explained three types of compassion: compassion aimed at suffering, aimed at phenomena, and "unaimed.”
“I should point out that I made another comment, that he hasn't approved, questioning who had taught him firearm safety, what with the unaimed, behind the back shooting in urban areas..”
“The best time to get wounded would be at night and in the open, with rifle-fire more or less unaimed and my whole body exposed.”
“Their return fire was wild, unaimed; an instant later the aft battery hatch opened and her battery crew poured through to finish them off.”
“Hezbollah just fire unaimed rockets in the general direction of human beings.”
“They were going for death or glory, you know, running and firing unaimed.”
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