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1.A gun, especially one fired from shoulder level, having a long spirally grooved barrel intended to make a bullet spin and thereby have greater accuracy over a long distance.
‘a hunting rifle '
‘By today's standards, the Winchester 1886 was a huge rifle weighing about nine pounds.'
‘Squeeze or squeezing of the trigger is the third element of rifle marksmanship.'
‘Berlitz heard two rifle shots at his back and braced himself for the pain.'
‘Several Kalashnikov assault rifles were found at the scene.'
2.Troops armed with rifles.
‘the Burma Rifles '
‘Prussian military rifles first mounted sword bayonets in 1787 and the armies of most other countries followed suit over the following 30 or 40 years.'
‘Johnston initially intended to create a black battalion that would include a Mobile company comprising Gilmer's rifles and additional troops.'
‘On the Moroccan side, security services with shotguns and rifles with fixed bayonets have met migrant workers.'
1.Troops armed with rifles.
‘a line of replacement rifled barrels'
2.Make spiral grooves in (a gun or its barrel or bore) to make a bullet spin and thereby have greater accuracy over a long distance.
‘Shorter handgun-length barrels are rifled through a cutting process known as broaching.'
‘And their weapons were grooved, or rifled , to spin the ball for greater accuracy.'
‘All that, plus its finely rifled .177 caliber barrel, contribute a lot to this pistol's terrific precision.'
‘The barrel is rifled 1: 54-inches, with a very nice internal finish, testified to by smooth loading and easy cleanup.'
3.Hit or kick (a ball) hard and straight.
‘Ferguson rifled home his fourth goal of the season'
‘Esteban Cambiasso rifles the ball into the net for Inter, but the referee had already blown for a foul by Christian Vieri.'
‘Without any effort to disguise his intentions, Eoin Kelly stepped up to calmly rifle the ball to the net.'
‘Ignoring the supporting Johnny McBride, the Loup player picked out the unmarked Bradley who rifled the ball to the net.'
‘He picked up the loose ball, cut inside then out onto his left foot, before rifling the ball past Julian Speroni into the far corner.'
4.Search through something in a hurried way in order to find or steal something.
‘she rifled through the cassette tapes'
‘she rifled the house for money'
‘City Prosecutor's Office spokesman Sergei Marchenko said the killer or killers had apparently rifled through Kushnir's possessions, leaving the apartment in disarray.'
‘The personal invasion is highly unsettling, especially if they have rifled through personal papers or clothing.'
‘As the victim, who is partially-sighted, sat helpless in her wheelchair, the men rifled through all the rooms in the house before stealing money from her handbag.'
‘he rifled the dead man's possessions'
‘Dressed in his Garda tunic, the thief asked the woman for identification and rummaged through her handbag before rifling some cash.'
‘It is believed the thieves rifle letters for money or anything they can cash in, with birthday cards particular targets.'
‘The 18-year-old thug snatched his victim's bag and rifled his wallet before punching him in the face on the bridge across the River Avon.'
‘Sure enough, the surveillance set-up soon captured the toff ne'er-do-well rifling Allen's wallet.'