Definition of Very pistol in English:

Very pistol

Line breaks: Very pis¦tol
Pronunciation: /ˈvɛri
 
, ˈvɪəri
 
/

noun

A handheld gun used for firing a Very light.
More example sentences
  • ‘Hey, maybe they're rallying, and just out of a wireless set or Very pistols,’ whispers Iacoviello pathetically.
  • When you have wounded aboard, you fire a Very pistol on final approach to the runway.
  • Although they had a Very pistol and several cartridges, the men had no idea of the correct signal.

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