drive-by shooting

NOUN
  1. shooting someone from a car as it is driven past the victim
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How To Use drive-by shooting In A Sentence

  • I remembered Carol, a woman who had been hit during a drive-by shooting.
  • Two taxi drivers were killed last night and four people, including a bystander, were injured in two separate drive-by shootings.
  • Unless the Swedes and Norwegians start awarding Nobel Prizes for plane hijackings, pizza shop bombings, civilian bus attacks, Jihad suicides/homicides, drive-by shootings, throat-slittings, embassy attacks and other such acts of barbarisms, the embarrassing low level of contribution to the welfare of Civilization and Mankind by the [Arab] Muslim world will continue. Matthew Yglesias » Presidential Trouble
  • The rank was closed last week and 13 taximen arrested after several minibus taxis were damaged in a drive-by shooting.
  • The drive-by shooting began much earlier than her nephew thought.
  • If I get blown away in a drive-by shooting, well, at least I told the cops beforehand.
  • Earlier this summer city centre nightclubs were the scene of two gangland-style drive-by shootings involving handguns.
  • But his drive-by shooting only once hit the target and he claimed the carcass.
  • Similarly, rap music does not of itself make people take up drive-by shootings as a hobby or turn young men into misogynists.
  • And years ago we never heard of drug-related stabbings, or drive-by shootings, all of which would have been eagerly printed by the media of that day.
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