Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of pistol.

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Examples

  • Anytime you can have a botched assassination attempt go completely wrong only to work in your favor such as sliding off the side of building and using “rope” a funny moment for fans who remember the importance of rope to bust through a window to then slide on your knees, double pistoling while riddling bad guys with bullets!

    Movie Review: The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day

  • ‘If he was to talk of pistoling ’em all, I should be obliged to say,

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • A part of them ran to the gun room and secured the arms and ammunition, pistoling or cutting down all such as stood in their way or offered opposition; the other party burst into the great cabin at the heels of Pierre le Grand, found the captain and a party of his friends at cards, set a pistol to his breast, and demanded him to deliver up the ship.

    Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates : fiction, fact & fancy concerning the buccaneers & marooners of the Spanish Main

  • The last of these, at Folkestone Court, in May, was remarkable for the cold-blooded pistoling of the page, who surprised the masked and solitary burglar.

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

  • A part of them ran to the gun room and secured the arms and ammunition, pistoling or cutting down all such as stood in their way or offered opposition; the other party burst into the great cabin at the heels of

    Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates; fiction, fact & fancy concerning the buccaneers & marooners of the Spanish main

  • Why, truly, in the very track most proper for execution of his design, and pistoling the first of the king's subjects who ventures to question his intentions. ''

    The Waverley

  • We dashed at them pistoling some and cutting down others; but not until half their number lay dead on the ground or desperately wounded did they attempt to escape; by which time the main body were almost up to us.

    Adventures in the Far West

  • 'If he was to talk of pistoling 'em all, I should be obliged to say, "Certainly -- serve 'em right."'

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • If I've smashed your panels, or done you any injury, I am willing to pay for repairs, and make as much apology as one man has any right to expect from another; or, if it will be a greater ease to your mind, we'll off coats, ring for Shrimp and Harry Oaklands 'boy to see fair play, and have it out on the spot, all snug and comfortable; but no pistoling work, thank ye.'

    Frank Fairlegh Scenes From The Life Of A Private Pupil

  • Hugh Fraser or Hugh Johnstone, as he is now called, a baronet for some secret services to the Crown of an important nature, rendered about the time when mad Hodson piled up the whole princely succession to the House of Oude in a trophy of naked corpsess pistoling them with his own hand. "

    A Fascinating Traitor An Anglo-Indian Story

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