gunfire : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the act of shooting a gun
the gunfire endangered innocent bystanders
- That flurry of gunfire gave way to an eerie stalemate of more than an hour, during which neither side got off more than a few shots.
- FIREARMS "Insane and Reckless Murder" After Robert Kennedy's murder, the Associated Press counted 199 Americans killed by gunfire in only.
- Only the crackle of gunfire pierced the streets.
News & Articles
- Man Shot After Exchanging Gunfire With Police In South Boston
A man was shot after exchanging gunfire with police in South Boston Wednesday night.
June 13, 2013 - CBS Boston
- Gunfire into home rattles local couple
Eight months after Makalla Knight found her boyfriend, Jeremy Priddy, beaten to death inside his Edmonson County home, her elderly grandparents were in the crosshairs of gunfire while they slept Tuesd
June 12, 2013 - Bowling Green Daily News
- Gunfire reported in Gresham parking lot
GRESHAM, Ore. (AP) — Gresham police say gunfire erupted in the parking lot of an apartment complex, and gang squad investigators were looking into the shooting incident.
June 11, 2013 - KTVZ Bend
- John McCain in Bloomberg
Today, we stand with the millions of Iranians who brave batons, imprisonment and gunfire to have their voices heard and their votes counted,said McCain, Obama's opponent in the 2008 presidential race.
- Greg Abbott in Seattle Post Intelligencer
Luck and good fortune are not effective border enforcement policies,Abbott wrote. "The shocking reality of cross-border gunfire proves the cold reality: American lives are at risk."
- Simon Taufel in Reuters
We were caught in a war zone,umpire Simon Taufel told reporters on his return home. "The gunfire ...... it just kept going. We thought, when's it going to stop? Who's going to come and save us, how are we going to get out of here? I was...