“Certain weapons like stinger missiles are extremely hard to control once they are transferred,” he said.
The nose—as anyone knows who ever has received a stinger from an errant baseball—has countless pain fibers.
He got a stinger on his trousers, Sir; but it didnt penetrate.
As it was, I got a stinger in my tongue, which soon began to swell.
Uninformed people call it a "stinger," but it is merely the animal's tongue and used as such.
Why couldn't you take out the stinger for a little exercise?
A tactful man can pull the stinger from a bee without getting stung.
H'as had a stinger, has eaten off his clothes, the next his skin comes.
As he stepped out, a stinger came from under the sill log and lashed at his foot.
Allied to the stinger (ota) of Yoruba, and Idzalco, the fighter which makes one go.
An unpleasant or adverse element; catch: Seems like a good proposition, but there's a stinger in it (1950s+)