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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "rifled" in a sentence

    rifled example sentences

    rifled


    1. the corner and looked as though it had been rifled


    2. The farmers rifled through both men’s clothes, but


    3. He went to the box now on his floor and rifled though the files


    4. The poor wretches soon appropriated everything, but unfortunately they applied this permission universally, and on subsequent marches, when the men laid their packs by the roadside to collect later, they frequently found them rifled


    5. as he rifled through the purse


    6. He rifled through the Pole’s pockets


    7. 61 And they hanged the infants about their necks, and rifled their


    8. He rifled through Harry’s trouser pockets and pulled out a fold of fifties


    9. 61 And they hanged the infants about their necks and rifled their houses and killed them that had circumcised them


    10. Then he rifled the safe, and gave all the money to the Catholic orphanage








































































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    "rifled" definitions

    of a firearm; having rifling or internal spiral grooves inside the barrel