[ UK /vˈɑːmɪnt/ ]
[ US /ˈvɑɹmɪnt/ ]
  1. any usually predatory wild animal considered undesirable; e.g., coyote
  2. an irritating or obnoxious person
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How To Use varmint In A Sentence

  • Incredibly, the voracious varmints passed them up, perhaps because larkspurs, both flowers and seeds, are toxic (something to consider if you have livestock or chewing pets).
  • Figured walnut now costs a king's ransom, laminated hardwood is a practical and affordable choice for my sporterweights, and a synthetic stock is a stable choice for varmint and target rifles. What kind of gun stock do you prefer and why? Synthetic or wood.
  • In the resulting court case, he pleads with the jury to set him free to take over as sheriff and run these varmints out of town.
  • The most recent of this genre is from Nosler — a lead-free Ballistic Tip for varmint hunters. Uncategorized Blog Posts
  • A great deal of space is devoted to hunting small game, varmints and big game in the US and Africa.
  • I personally have shot a 27 varmint barreled 25-06 with 75g bullets going 3750 fps. What is acceptable accuracy in a varminting rifle? moa, sub moa, what kinda velocities and energy? shouldn't have to be alot.
  • Experts come in, actually envelope the whole dwelling in a giant tent - and send a very powerful fumigant, lethal to the varmints and unwelcome creatures, into every nook and cranny of the house. Terry Krepel: The 2010 Slantie Awards
  • You heard the silent 'varmint' at the end of that sentence, too? The Angry, Angry ... Left?
  • `You wouldn't use your serious weapons for varmint control, Victoria. THE MOAT AROUND MURCHESON'S EYE
  • For rifle enthusiasts who practice regularly, who shoot varmints or targets at long range, a 300 yard shot on a big game animal is not difficult.
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