dart : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a small narrow pointed missile that is thrown or shot
- n a tapered tuck made in dressmaking
- n a sudden quick movement
- v move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart
- v run or move very quickly or hastily
- v move with sudden speed
His forefinger darted in all directions as he spoke
- Then there is "Dart Man," who since June 13 has provoked a miniwave of terror by firing homemade darts into the backsides of 53 women, mostly in Midtown Manhattan.
- One dart board features a caricature of the Ayatullah holding a lighted match to his posterior.
- The two tiny figures squatting at her feet jump up, dart under the two pink strips that provide the only light in the bar, run upstairs and return breathlessly clutching gambling .
- John McCain in FOXNews
I can throw a dart at a map of the world and show you a place where there's national security challenges,McCain said before a Grand Rapids rally. "I'm the only one that's been involved in these issues for the last 20 years."
- John Rollins in SportingNews.com
With these conditions, the greens are like a dart board,Rollins said.
- Bayani Fernando in International Herald Tribune
They can still go caroling from house to house or in their neighborhood where there are no speeding cars or trucks,Fernando said. "What we are against are those who dart across thoroughfares knocking on vehicle windows to beg for alms...