verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of dart
OTHER WORDS FROM dartdart·ing·ly, adverbdart·ing·ness, noun
Words nearby dart
Example sentences from the Web for dart
In Young Frankenstein, there is a scene in which Gene Wilder throws a dart and misses the target.Mel Brooks Is Always Funny and Often Wise in This 1975 Playboy Interview|Alex Belth|February 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But that would have meant a significant split in the vote between Dart and Rahm Emanuel.
Instead of moving chronologically, Fox encouraged Richards to allow his mind to “dart about.”
Emanuel is a national figure, and Dart, for now, is scarcely known beyond the borders of Cook County.
While Davis finds plenty of shortcomings he perceives in Emanuel, he has a hard time finding anything negative to say about Dart.
The father of the winds makes battle with a huge flagroot, and the king of reptiles is shot with a dart.
This is to ensure sufficient freedom for the dart when entering the crescent.An Analysis of the Lever Escapement|H. R. Playtner
Now it was gone, and now it ducked up again like a sea-mew, and past skerries and capes it whizzed like a dart.Weird Tales from Northern Seas|Jonas Lie
Upright as a dart she sat in her seat, her slender wrists straining at the reins.Flaming June|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
I had thrust such a dart into him, as he would never be able to draw out.Debts of Honor|Maurus Jkai