- slingshot (n.)
- 1849, from sling (v.) + shot (n.). As a verb, from 1969. The piece of stone or metal hurled from it is a sling-stone (late 14c.). A slung-shot (1848) was a rock wrapped in a sling, used as a weapon by roughs and criminals.
- 1. After breakfast the kid took a slingshot out of his pocket.
- 2. That has to be the second biggest slingshot I've ever seen.
- 3. The kid took a slingshot out of his pocket.
- 4. The Slingshot also features a canvas roof panel.
- 5. I took my slingshot from my pocket.
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