from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A hollow-point small-arms bullet designed to expand upon impact, inflicting a gaping wound.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A bullet, with a soft nose, that expands upon impact to cause a gaping wound.
- n. An ignorant person, an idiot
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a soft-nosed small-arms bullet that expands when it hits a target and causes a gaping wound
And even though some of what he thought about vampires had proved to be hopelessly wrong, a dumdum bullet to the face would stop anything for a while.
But Stacie, who has an MBA from Harvard, isn't in a hurry to show them homes of any price range, proving yet again that she's no dumdum.
Does ‘any means necessary’ include dumdum bullets?
And you dumdum transplants who are complaining that you are getting passed on the right when you are in the middle lane-MOVE OVER.
This way, when he shows up to work one morning and pumps a round into his nagging, ineffectual, petty, whining, butt-sucking, candy-ass boss, that one round will split along the filed grooves and spread open the way a dumdum bullet flowers inside you to blow a bushel load of your stinking guts out through your spine.
Walters "loved the line" in a Newsweek profile that described the questions she asked as "some of the toughest in television journalism -- dumdum bullets swaddled in angora."
Cute dogs: Ford is fine at the start, as a shark, but once he becomes a saintly dumdum he loses his finesse and his subtlety.
Most departments, whether armed with pistols or revolvers, have already switched to hollow-point dumdum bullets that mushroom on impact, thus causing more injury.
Ai lub this site, and this LOL maed me speshuly lol.. but readin awl da comments gifs me a hedake… Is I just dumdum?
To Charles Jr. No longer the bubblegum boy of yore but a failed preppy now, slant-bodied and dissonant, with dumdum eyes and a way of hating you from a distance.