- a mobile platform, adjustable to different levels, for painting scenery.
- a batten, usually suspended vertically in the wings, for holding lighting units.
verb (used without object)
Origin of boomerang
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Contemporary Examples of boomeranging
But events could soon spin out of control if a ground invasion ensues, boomeranging on Bibi.Give Mideast Peace One More Chance
Gidon D. Remba
November 17, 2012
Word Origin for boomerang
1827, adapted from an extinct Aboriginal languages of New South Wales, Australia. Another variant, perhaps, was wo-mur-rang (1798).
1880, from boomerang (n.).