Examples of blunderbuss in a Sentence
leave it to that blunderbuss to bungle a job that a child could do
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The Senate this week will debate a bipartisan bill that would relax some of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law’s blunderbuss regulations.
Over the past two and a half years, Trump blasted away at the lazy conventional wisdom on immigration with a blunderbuss; getting something to show for it legislatively will now require some deftness and guile.
The Nevada State Museum, just a few blocks from the capitol in Carson City, has an extensive firearms collection on display, everything from blunderbusses to Gatling guns.
There were Nazis on the moon, time-traveling blunderbusses, Mandingoes, and for the love of John Carter, a vampire throwing a horse at Abraham Lincoln.
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Origin and Etymology of blunderbuss
First Known Use: 1654See Words from the same year
BLUNDERBUSS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blunderbuss for English Language Learners
: an old-fashioned kind of gun with a wide opening at the end
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