Examples of gunslinger in a Sentence
a gunslinger in the Wild West
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Nik Stauskas, Caris LeVert, Glenn Robinson III, Spike Albrecht and Mitch McGary were all confident gunslingers who seemed to help Beilein relax more.
Tough-guy warriors John Wayne and Sylvester (Rambo) Stallone avoided military service while gunslinger Clint Eastwood served his country only as lifeguard at a pool in California’s Ft.
McCoy’s best years came while working with Philip Rivers, a swaggering, boisterous gunslinger who loves talking trash.
Pederson was a bit of a gunslinger at Northeast Louisiana University.
And Trump, his bluster notwithstanding, does not act like a gunslinger.
Imagine if Tom Coughlin moves on from Bortles’ somewhat unreliable arm and pries Smith away from the Chiefs, who briefly unwrapped young gunslinger Patrick Mahomes in Week 17.
The bad news was that Detmer landed in Green Bay nearly the same time as a young gunslinger from Mississippi named Brett Favre.
Patterson is a gunslinger, which could be good and bad.
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GUNSLINGER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gunslinger for English Language Learners
: someone (such as a character in a story, movie, or television show) who is known for being able to handle and shoot a gun extremely well
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