How To Use Scattergun In A Sentence

  • In a series of scattergun flashbacks, the story of their affair emerges.
  • He unshipped both his assault rifle and scattergun, made sure the safeties were off, and restrained the urge to smile.
  • With other clubs, their transfer policies seem scattergun at times. The Sun
  • The new Bounty Hunter external hammer shotgun, imported by European American Arms, is a first-class traditional scattergun.
  • The drives are sprayed in scattergun fashion, the saves spectacular as a matter of necessity.
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  • Case says his style is different from the scattergun, portfolio approach taken by venture-capital and buyout funds that hope the home runs in their portfolios more than compensate for the duds.
  • He unshipped both his assault rifle and scattergun, made sure the safeties were off, and restrained the urge to smile.
  • More than anything else, I remember how simple that life was, how few demands there were on my time, how easy it was to indulge my scattergun interests.
  • For decades, short double-barrel scatterguns have been a premier home-defense recommendation by such authorities as Jeff Cooper.
  • This is the first large-scale procurement of anything other than slide-action scatterguns since the U.S. military was pulled out of Vietnam more than 25 years ago.
  • I'm a big fan of the scattergun approach. Times, Sunday Times
  • Acquisitions appear scattergun, often tied up with his 'greensteel' strategy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Quickfire rap, killer disco and bubblegum pop prove heart-warmingly infectious, and Stefani's scattergun approach is endearing.
  • Scattergun approaches will be spotted by employers. The Sun
  • The number of species released in California waters exemplified Stone's policy of scattergun experimentation.
  • Her activism was derided as ideologically dilettantish from an actress encased within the Hollywood system and vainly seeking authenticity through scattergun sloganeering.
  • According to the opinion, it's precisely this scattergun approach that breaches the Convention on Human Rights.
  • She brings soul to anything her lazy-sounding voice touches and a vision of the world which is wrought in impressionistic, scattergun lyrics gilded with humour.
  • His theme was broken promises, his approach scattergun. Times, Sunday Times
  • Many citizens have used a scattergun to protect their families and property in the wake of disasters, riots and other upheavals.
  • ‘If Wallace and Jack McConnell are not careful, this scattergun approach will land Scotland in hot water,’ he said.
  • Despite its late nature, their recruitment was not undertaken with a scattergun approach. Times, Sunday Times
  • His style has a somewhat scattergun effect but there is something for everyone as he progresses.
  • You could knock him for not really interacting with his audience, for the scattergun nature of his approach, or for his awkward way of dealing with a heckle.
  • It's just a little eccentric, at times too scattergun, but then so was he. Times, Sunday Times
  • He might need to be concerned, as the reasonably calm and lucid tone of his email is in direct contrast to his normal abusive scattergun approach.
  • Unlike the vast majority of semiauto scatterguns, the Benelli is not a gas gun.
  • We double-teamed the flocks, an archer in the lead and the scattergun as backup when the birds took to wing, watching for hunting jaegers and glassing from windswept ridgelines. The Great Alaskan Cast and Blast
  • But there was a scattergun effect even in the more efficient Conservative campaign where millions were spent on direct mail and telephone canvassing of the swing voters.
  • They play exactly that style of harrying scattergun soccer and they are particularly troubling at home.
  • But our philosophy is to start small and do it well, rather than adopt a scattergun approach and try to offer everything from the start.
  • In a series of scattergun flashbacks, the story of their affair emerges.
  • It feels much more like the scattergun frenzy of a man with things he wants off his chest.
  • This represents a shift on behalf of some spammers from a random, scattergun approach to a more tailored attack.
  • His reputation for scattergun attacks arguably reveal him to be an equal-opportunity abuser.
  • They advocated a scattergun approach of posting dozens of letters.
  • Breakdowns happen in scattergun swathes through the whole match. Times, Sunday Times
  • At best this scattergun approach is a very indirect way of restarting the economy. Times, Sunday Times
  • If we must have retail developments, let's concentrate on the city centre instead of perpetuating the Council's scattergun approach to planning.
  • You could knock Philips for not really interacting with his audience, for not having any particularly topical jokes, for the scattergun nature of his approach, or for his awkward way of dealing with a heckle.
  • This scattergun album is a dark beauty. Times, Sunday Times
  • In its scattergun invention and unsentimental broadness, it almost echoes Orson Welles’ work at its most playful.

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