gunslinger

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

gun +‎ slinger

Noun[edit]

gunslinger (plural gunslingers)

  1. In the Old West: a person who carried a gun and was an expert at the quick draw.
  2. In modern usage: a person who behaves with the bravado expected of someone who would duel with guns.

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