drilled

[ UK /dɹˈɪld/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹɪɫd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. trained in a skill by repetitious practice
    well-drilled in military procedures
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How To Use drilled In A Sentence

  • If the field is free from weeds, the legume seed can be drilled or dibbled. Chapter 9
  • The technique uses two bore holes drilled into a coal seam. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the cylinder does not line up with the bore vertically, you are plumb out of luck since the base pin frame holes could be drilled crooked or the frame warped from heat treatment or stress.
  • This propaganda was drilled into American soldiers for more than a year before the war.
  • Cereal drilling is progressing well despite the showery weather and many farms are almost drilled up.
  • The language patterns were thoroughly drilled in.
  • These were either fixed into metal settings or drilled along the prism axis and strung as beads.
  • Hickock, who was a genuinely skilled shot, drew, took careful aim (some versions have him using a fencepost as a rest), and drilled Tutt through the heart. David E.
  • Thus, the soldiers were drilled and dressed for the effect that it had on them.
  • This infusion is not stopped until the burr hole is drilled and the surgeon is ready to begin microelectrode recording.
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