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- v. Present participle of fire off.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of discharging a gun
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The job of Tim-3 is to tell the immune cells to stop firing off fighter cytokines.
Jasper spun, firing off several shots from his ray gun at Bobby before he hit the taut oxhide and was hurled back up into the air, wheeling his legs in kicks and punches to knock out the gangsters who grabbed at his knees.
Bald-Headed is reading me the riot act, firing off my list of infractions: drug trafficking, smuggling, possession, unlawful transportation of firearms, crossing an international borderthe list goes on and on.
Some are firing off personalized emails, complete with sheepish apologies for their directness.
People who go about firing off revolvers to bolster up their egos - I One has to think of the community, you know. '
When required to be used, the canister is thrown amongst the enemy, and exploded at will by firing off the pistol.
Romy Blackburn is clearly having a ball playing Lilith, chewing up the scenery, both dungeons and drawing rooms alike, and firing off one outrageously evil one-liner after another.