Attorney General Eric Holder says it will be a priority; Speaker Nancy Pelosi so far has been gun-shy about taking on the issue.
France wants to lead the effort jointly with Britain, but the U.K., also gun-shy after the Iraq war, backs the NATO tack.
Only one of them except Devant gave the gun-shy dog a thought.
gun-shy investors in Wall Street, and elsewhere too, will have nothing of them.
But if Browning is our greatest gun inventor, he is the most "gun-shy" genius in the country when it comes to publicity.
She first had to get her pony to stand She knew it was not gun-shy.
He had, too, the reputation of being the most gun-shy and bullet-proof of social lions.
He was gun-shy of women; he suspected them of wanting to marry him.
My pups are accustomed to the crack of a 22 rifle, as I shoot near them while young, so never have any gun-shy dogs.
He ain't saddle-broke yet and he's gun-shy, but he'll get used to the report o' that money o' yours in time.
Apprehensive; reluctant; fearful: He's still gun-shy about putting things on paper (1884+)