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/ˈbo͝olit/,
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bullets, plural;
  1. A projectile for firing from a rifle, revolver, or other small firearms, typically of metal, cylindrical and pointed, and sometimes containing an explosive

  2. Used in similes and comparisons to refer to someone or something that moves very fast
    • - the ball sped across the grass like a bullet
  3. (in a sporting context) A very fast ball

  4. A small solid circle printed just before a line of type, such as an item in a list, to emphasize it


  1. a projectile that is fired from a gun
  2. bullet train: a high-speed passenger train
  3. fastball: (baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity; "he swung late on the fastball"; "he showed batters nothing but smoke"
  4. A bullet is a projectile propelled by a firearm, sling, or air gun. Bullets do not normally contain explosives , but damage the intended target by impact and penetration. ...
  5. Bullet was a one-hit wonder American rock band. Its one hit, "White Lies, Blue Eyes", peaked at #28 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in January 1972. Band member (keyboards, vocals) Roget Pontbriand went on to play with K.C. and the Sunshine band and Wild Cherry "Play That Funky Music White Boy".
  6. The Circle is the eleventh studio album by rock band Bon Jovi. Produced by John Shanks, the album was released November 10, 2009, with the new single "We Weren't Born to Follow" premiering on radio August 17. The album was released in Germany and Ireland on October 30, 2009. ...
  7. Dreamt up by John Bettini, the first Bullet car prototype was built in 1996 utilising a Mazda MX-5 body. The chassis was designed and fabricated by Barry Pearson; it consisted of a square-tube spaceframe onto which a 13B rotary powerplant from a Mazda RX-7 was fitted. ...
  8. Bullet is fictional character that has appeared in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Existing within Marvel's main shared universe, known as the Marvel Universe, Bullet mostly appeared in the pages of Daredevil in the 1980s and early 1990s.
  9. This is a list of cartoon characters from the Nickelodeon animated television series Danny Phantom. The series centers around young Danny Fenton and his coming-of-age story as a half ghost superhero to the town of Amity Park. ...
  10. A projectile, usually of metal, shot from a gun at high speed; The ammunition for a sling or slingshot; A printed symbol in the form of a solid circle, •, often used for marking items in a list. ...
  11. (bulleted) Set off by bullets
  12. (bullets) A pair of aces as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
  13. (Bullets) Chromed, bullet-shaped extensions used on bumpers, grilles, and wheels.
  14. Bullets are dots, arrows, or other symbols used to identify items in a list.
  15. (BULLETS) Marked by the little symbol that separates them from running text, these are little sentences (or series of sentences) that present a benefit, and often tease the prospect with an element of intrigue and curiosity. ...
  16. (BULLETS) Two aces in your starting hand.
  17. (Bullets) A canvas sneaker sold by Bata in the United States in the days that Baby Boomer Boys were buying their sneakers; apparently still in production overseas. I (Charlie) remember that Bata Bullets had their devoted fans.
  18. (Bullets) Another term for the texas hold em hand A-A
  19. (Bullets) Indicative of the pointed turn signals used on VW Buses from 1955-1961 in the USA marketplace as well as the pointed turn signals used on early Oval Beetles, Ghias, and Type 3s.
  20. (Bullets) Lobsters that have lost both of their claws, giving them a bullet shape. Also known as a Pistol.
  21. (Bullets) This is where you are dealt two aces for hole cards, and they are the best starting cards you can have.  They don't guarantee victory though!
  22. (Bullets) best for firm ground with a layer of soft ground on top. They are large and sharp.
  23. (bullets) symbols used at the beginning of each line to highlight a list of items
  24. A dot or similar marking to emphasize text.
  25. A boldface square or dot used before a sentence to emphasize its importance.