Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [b'ʊlət]
meaning of the word
a projectile that is fired from a gun
The bullet was fired into the air.
He has shot me once, but the bullet did not hurt.
The bullet struck the colonel in the forehead, killing him instantly.
Now Bell ran out of the door and received a bullet from his own pistol.
"Well, captain," cried Pencroft, "a bullet does not always reach its mark."
The open air agreed with me, and as no bullet sought me out I felt benefited.
I'll let a bullet go smack into the first man that makes a move he shouldn't."
But if we should be overpowered, well, every man keeps one bullet for himself...."
"Now I know you're the very chap, for I heard daddy tell that very thing about the half bullet.
"Where's Lark Spivey's bullet?" called out Billy to the judges, as he finished rolling up his sleeves.