Definition of Bulleting

1. Verb. (present participle of bullet) ¹



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Definition of Bulleting

1. bullet [v] - See also: bullet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bulleting

bullet train
bullet trains
bullet vote
bulleted
bulleted list
bullethead
bullethole
bulletholes
bulletin
bulletin board
bulletin board service
bulletin board system
bulletin board systems
bulletin boards
bulletined
bulleting (current term)
bulletining
bulletinize
bulletinized
bulletinizes
bulletinizing
bulletins
bulletized
bulletless
bulletlike
bulletproof
bulletproof vest
bulletproof vests
bulletproofed
bulletproofing

Literary usage of Bulleting

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New Peace Movement by William Isaac Hull (1912)
"... because their proximity made them loom the larger, have recorded the strategy and tactics, the bulleting and butting and buffeting of guns and bayonets, ..."

2. Bringing the Outside In: Visual Ways to Engage Reluctant Readers by Sara B. Kajder (2006)
"Further, with the price-point of cameras bulleting downwards, we're finding that this is the one classroom tool that is in greater supply. ..."

3. Regulatory Reform in Hungary by Oecd (2000)
"The Ministry also began posting the texts of draft legislation on the public electronic bulleting boards of the Zold Pok (Green Spider) network together ..."

4. The Romance of History: France by Leitch Ritchie (1831)
"The fruits of a lifetime of care and anxiety, of struggling and bulleting, and cringing and creeping by turns—of painful watching and troubled slumbers —of ..."

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