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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of holster.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Bearing holsters.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bearing holsters.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He performed a wild-animal act dressed as an "American-style" cowboy, with cowboy boots, a cowboy hat and twin holstered six guns.
I'm quite sure that when I graduated from college, I had never seen a handgun in person except holstered ones on police officers' belts.
A young man is standing by the entrance to the House gallery, with a holstered gun and holstered Bowie knife attached to his belt.
Google had hopes that the gun might be holstered when Barack Obama took office.
It appears that too many on the right like to threaten, either with phone calls, pipe bombs in mailboxes, or firearms holstered to their sides (wild wild west style) when the government makes decisions they don't agree with.
“Shuddup and get outta the car,” the cop replied, adjusting his grip on his holstered gun.
Harry holstered his weapon and began rolling up his sleeves.
The Ranger safed his weapon, holstered it, and bent down to kiss his horse goodbye.
Most of the players from that era have holstered their modems and faded into obscurity.
Shar noted the insignia on their chests and the holstered weapons on their hips as they strode with purpose toward him.