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heat gun

noun
1.
a hand-held device that produces a flameless stream of extremely hot air, as for rapid drying or for softening paint for removal.
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  • He clipped a heat-gun and audicom pack to the belt of his bulging coveralls and clumped to the port to look outside.

    Pet Farm Roger Dee
  • Jonner took a heat-gun quietly from the rack and pointed it at Serj.

    Atom Drive Charles Louis Fontenay
  • Grant walked between X-ray scanners and remembered to deposit his heat-gun.

    The Wealth of Echindul Noel Miller Loomis
  • He well knew that he couldn't kill Relegar with the heat-gun.

    The Wealth of Echindul Noel Miller Loomis
  • He stood up and ended the chrysalid's strugglings with a bolt from his heat-gun before extending a hand to help Farrell up.

    Pet Farm Roger Dee
  • I didn't like the sound of it, so I reached for my heat-gun again.

    Problem on Balak Roger D. Aycock
  • Five minutes out of Marsport, Jonner thrust the muzzle of a heat-gun in the pilot's back.

    Atom Drive Charles Louis Fontenay
  • "Well, I'd like to use a heat-gun on the whole lot of them, turned down to where it'd just fry them medium-rare," Dalla said.

    Time Crime H. Beam Piper
  • He jabbed the white-faced doctor with the muzzle of the heat-gun.

    Atom Drive Charles Louis Fontenay
  • He trained the heat-gun on the second leg on the same side and pressed the trigger.

    The Wealth of Echindul Noel Miller Loomis

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