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gun-toting

[guhn-toh-ting, -toht-n] /ˈgʌnˌtoʊ tɪŋ, -ˌtoʊt n/
adjective
1.
carrying a gun, especially a pistol.
Origin
1910-1915
1910-15
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  • gun-toting government agents enforced the legislated baseline of mediocrity.
  • He dispatched two carloads of gun-toting city detectives to break up the siege.
  • Manufacturers started making the gun-toting machines years ago.
  • The tribes have been transformed from gun-toting bands of desert warriors into well-oiled political machines.
  • The characters' outsized actions seem quite natural when those characters are fervent, gun-toting gangster kids.
  • He didn't do that because he was some gun-toting fanatic.

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