verb (used with object), pis·toled, pis·tol·ing or (especially British) pis·tolled, pis·tol·ling.
Origin of pistol
Related formspis·tol·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for pistol
On October 5, 2013, Wilson pointed a pistol at a postal clerk.
He pointed a pistol at a grocery checkout woman and swiped whatever cash he could into his pockets before booking it.
A call made to police beforehand described Rice as “a guy with a pistol” on a swing set, but said it was “probably fake.”
In Devoted to Death, Chesnut describes a Mexican hitman who has an image of la Santa engraved on the butt of his pistol.America’s Fastest Growing Death Holiday Is From Mexico|Michael Schulson|November 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For all the talk of high-tech military gear, this began like a scene from long ago: two men, one pistol, six shots.
The bar fell aside and he pulled a .45 pistol from its clamp.The Syndic|C.M. Kornbluth
Yet how could he have held the pistol to her head, saying, "No marriage, no elopement."The Incredible Honeymoon|E. Nesbit
Roland sprang into it, a pistol in one hand, his sword in the other.The Companions of Jehu|Alexandre Dumas, pre
Rising, with compressed lips he held toward Muskoka the butt of his pistol.The Young Railroaders|Francis Lovell Coombs
Here he slapped his pistol pocket at the back of his lumbar region.Dracula's Guest|Bram Stoker