gunned

/ (ɡʌnd) /


adjective
    • having a gun or guns as specified: heavily gunned

    • (in combination): three-gunned

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How to use gunned in a sentence

  • Three dead, gunned in the office of the Continental Exhibition Corporation.

  • That worst horror of searchlights and of the new troops being machine gunned in their boats has lifted its dark shadow.

  • Josh knew this, so he kept away from the camp-meeting, though the Elder gunned for him pretty steady for a matter of five years.

  • All the enemy position on the battlefield was well gunned at the time of the beginning of the battle.

    The Old Front Line | John Masefield
  • Lost in the immensity of the cold wilderness, he made the only choice possible and gunned the cat again.

    The Time Traders | Andre Norton