Origin of ricochet
How to use ricochet in a sentence
It was an idea that ricocheted around liberal blogs and talk radio outlets.
Instead of hitting the soldiers, the stone ricocheted off of the Wall.
But the news that Spain would accept a bailout ricocheted to Wall Street, which in response saw its best week of the year.
The funny thing is, the shot that Google fired at Facebook seems to have ricocheted and hit the wrong target.
The news ricocheted around the world, as does just about any story, tidbit, whisper or rumor involving Angelina Jolie.
A bullet struck the fuselage and ricocheted past his ear; another ripped a hole in the canvas of his wing.Tam O' The Scoots|Edgar Wallace
One of the tiny slugs stung through my calf and ricocheted down the passage.Greylorn|John Keith Laumer
Once, a stray shell burst several hundred yards away and a flying crumb of masonry fell in the nave and ricocheted a moment.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
The shot struck a rock not far in front, and of the whole charge some ten pellets had ricocheted back and hit Evelyn in the face.The Angel of Pain|E. F. Benson
He reminded one much of a billiard ball in the way he bounced, collided and ricocheted amongst taller men.The Brain|Alexander Blade