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  • verb Present participle of rainbow.

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Examples

  • Too many shooters incorrectly sway or shift weight from one foot to the other, which causes them to come off the correct line — "rainbowing," it's called.

    How to Use Proper Form to Improve Your Shotgun Accuracy

  • But after the Herculean, and intensely satisfying, feat of "rainbowing" (completing a level perfectly, without any babies dying) every stage for both the first PixelJunk Monsters and its

    1UP RSS feed

  • OrangeNeckInNY If your arrow is rainbowing is because your shooting logs and/or the wrong fletching!

    Two Shotguns Equal One Bow?

  • OrangeNeckInNY If your arrow is rainbowing is because your shooting logs and/or the wrong fletching!

    Two Shotguns Equal One Bow?

  • CAMAS BERKEMEYER, SURROUNDED BY WOLVES: I was rainbowing my pepper spray and they fell back a little bit, but as soon as we would turn our backs to try to go, they run up on us and then we would turn around and start scream again and I would sprayed my pepper spray.

    CNN Transcript Dec 24, 2007

  • CAMAS BERKEMEYER, SURROUNDED BY WOLVES: I was rainbowing my pepper spray and they fell back a little bit, but as soon as we would turn our backs to try to go, they run up on us and then we would turn around and start scream again and I would sprayed my pepper spray.

    CNN Transcript Dec 23, 2007

  • Recently found out that this engineering process apparently has a name -- “rainbowing.”

    Naoya Hatakeyama & Geoff's Earth-Fountain©

  • CAMAS BARKEMEYER, SURVIVED WOLF ATTACK: I was rainbowing my pepper spray, and they fell back a little bit.

    CNN Transcript Dec 23, 2007

  • CAMAS BARKEMEYER, WOLF ATTACK VICTIM: I was rainbowing my pepper spray and they fell back a little bit.

    CNN Transcript Dec 23, 2007

  • CAMAS BERKEMEYER, SURROUNDED BY WOLVES: I was rainbowing my pepper spray and they fell back a little bit.

    CNN Transcript Dec 23, 2007

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