[ US /ˈbæɹəɫd, ˈbɛɹəɫd/ ]
  1. put in or stored in a barrel
    barreled beer
  2. (of an arrow) tapered toward both ends
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How To Use barreled In A Sentence

  • The man stepped around a corner, and Ralier barreled after him, smashing into the wall as he turned.
  • One specific trend currently is what might be termed the double-barreled or conjunctional approach. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol III No 2
  • When America's greatest lexicographer writes me an ungrammatical message on a double-barreled slate, signs it "noeh webstur," and instructs his terrestial to deliver it to me on payment of one cart-wheel dollar, I suspect that there's something sphacelated in the psychological Denmark. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10
  • For example, in “Marble Bubble Bobble,” Scott develops the impressionistic swerve of “Umbra marbles drench the ravine slot, divot light, a barreled birch grasps citrus palm as pumice, as coastal groove hulls plunge pool, the cervical troll, pawpaw bract.” Derek beaulieu on blert
  • The boy's ears were assailed by the sharp "spang" and "crack" of long-barreled antiaircraft guns and the "whomp" and the The HurricaneStory
  • I was shown some pretty wild examples of barreled actions in canary yellow, light burgundy, and verdant green!
  • Then run a traditional or ceramic barreled flat iron through the tresses to straighten.
  • Conjuring visions of sitting astride a pinto pony, an octagon-barreled rifle across the saddle, a gentle breeze blowing across the prairie grass, this gun embodies the frontier spirit.
  • He barreled straight ahead, across the harbour and out over the sea.
  • Next up is a review of Hornady's new Critical Defense ammunition, which shows that it does pretty well in short barreled pistols. Snowflakes in Hell
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