Bullet [noun]

Definition of Bullet:

small missile

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Sentence/Example of Bullet:

The dot formation in the weekday slots borrows from the ultra-popular bullet journal method, but handles much of the work for you.

Taiwan’s compact size means that adventure is never more than two hours away by bullet train from any major city.

While recognizing monthly fluctuations can be useful, period tracking isn’t a silver bullet.

Whatever his intentions, the bullets were in the chamber long before Rittenhouse was born.

AB 66 would have reined in the use of rubber bullets and other non-lethal weapons on protesters.

Graphic video of the shooting shows an officer holding Blake by the end of his shirt and firing bullets into his back as he attempted to enter into his car.

The desire for a silver bullet has plagued the tech community for too long.

Google can now fetch CSR content fairly easily, but it’s certainly no silver bullet.

They watch in horror as children are torn from their families and thrown into cages, and pepper spray and rubber bullets are used on peaceful protestors for a photo-op.

In Minsk, riot police used rubber bullets, tear gas and shock grenades on unarmed people.