[ UK /hˈʌmɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈhəmɝ/ ]
  1. (baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity
    he showed batters nothing but smoke
    he swung late on the fastball
  2. a singer who produces a tune without opening the lips or forming words
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How To Use hummer In A Sentence

  • Later, the automaker designed the Hummer H 2 civilian vehicle, and AM General continued to build it.
  • Among the Rocky Mountains, and especially on the western side of the range, there dwells another little hummer called the rufous humming-bird, because the prevailing color of his plumage is reddish, and between this family and the broad-tails there exists a bitter feud. Birds of the Rockies
  • His own transport is a Hummer and, at his £100,000 wedding staged in a Welsh castle, he wore red.
  • After all, a single hummer would surely be miracle enough. Times, Sunday Times
  • If "Fast Five" had been rated by the EPA instead of the MPAA—the Motion Picture Association of America gave it a PG, notwithstanding rampant road rage—the average MPG would have been abysmal, what with vroom-vrooming muscle cars, screeching exotics and an armor-plated monster that makes the Hummer look demure. 'Five': A Series Wakes Up at the Wheel
  • Ropemakers Reunion, the Variagated Peddlars Barringoy Bni-brthirhd, the Askold Olegsonder Crowds of the O’Keef – Rosses ant Rhosso – Keevers of Zastwoking, the Ligue of Yahooth o.s.v. so as to lall the bygone dozed they arborised around, up his corpular fruent and down his reuctionary buckling, hummer, enville and cstorrap (the man of Iren, thore’s Curlymane for you!), lill the lubberendth of his otological life. Finnegans Wake
  • Then two Hummers pulled up and discharged the no-nonsense secret service detail.
  • Although the hummer disappearing behind the faceman is a little strange. chris daniels First Official Look: The A-Team | /Film
  • Hummer has even asked environmental activists to name unpolluted places that might make good new hometowns. The Center for Public Integrity: Town divided over major employer's permission to pollute the air
  • Finding an investor is great news for the Hummer brand.
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