Noun(1) a glancing rebound
Verb(1) spring back; spring away from an impact
(1) Since bullets can ricochet off the water's surface and pose a risk to nearby civilians, water patrol officers almost never fire warning shots.(2) They would satisfactorily bust a clay pipe or knock over a duck without the risk of ricochet .(3) Having admitted the possibility of claims for psychiatric injury by such ricochet victims, the courts faced the problem of determining how wide the scope of liability should be drawn.(4) The probability of ricochet decreases as the impact angle increases.(5) Both sounds ricochet continuously off the shadowed and soot-covered brick walls.(6) Fights broke out Saturday and Sunday among about 100 Iraqis and drew several shotgun blasts, damaging several cars and a shop and leaving four people with minor ricochet wounds.(7) While some of the action in the low end has been enhanced, the surround effects consist mostly of the same ricochet noise inserted willy-nilly into the action scenes.(8) the practice of low-level skip bombing relied on ricochet for effect(9) Weapon effects are distinct for each armament, and there's an impressive array of different ricochet sounds, dependant on the surface type you fire at.(10) Course Manager Col. Bavornrat Maitreeprasat said bullets will frequently ricochet off something nearby or on the shooting range and fall on the course.(11) Bouncing her lines off the walls of the theatre whilst we amazedly watch them ricochet , this actress, whose gestures appear to be based on the erotic friezes of Indian temples, is something else.(12) Bullets can ricochet off water, rocks, trees, metal, and other hard surfaces.(13) I ricochet my eyes between her and Hubba Hubba Boy.(14) A day later, on ├ö├ç├┐The McLaughlin Group,├ö├ç├û rhetorical ricochet was well underway.(15) It breaks up instantly and completely on impact, with no ricochet or lead accumulation.(16) From what Fai could see it looked as if James was trying to ricochet the ball against the wall and into a corner pocket.
1. carom ::
2. spring ::
3. recoil ::
4. bounce ::
5. resile ::
6. reverberate ::
7. rebound ::
8. bound ::
ricochet, ricocheted, ricocheting, ricochets
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