a person who operates a gun or cannon.
Army. an occupational title in the artillery.
Navy. a person skilled in handling ammunition and gunnery equipment.
Marine Corps. a warrant officer who may be given any one of a number of assignments.
Military. a private in the artillery.
Informal. any officer or enlisted person assigned to the artillery.
a person who hunts with a gun.
a serviceman who works with, uses, or specializes in guns
(navy) (formerly) a warrant officer responsible for the training of gun crews, their performance in action, and accounting for ammunition
(in the British Army) an artilleryman, esp a private gnr
a person who hunts with a rifle or shotgun
A flashy performer; grandstander, hot dog: the reputation of a gunner and a hot dog, playground terms for players who showboat (1960s+ Basketball)
A student who aggressively courts attention in class •In earlier use, gunner meant a sexually aggressive student: ”Gunners” are people who raise their hands in class repeatedly just to impress (Students 1990s+)
noun, Zoology. 1. a growth of short hair lying beneath a longer growth; undercoat.
noun 1. a tool consisting of a solid head, usually of metal, set crosswise on a handle, used for beating metals, driving nails, etc. 2. any of various instruments or devices resembling this in form, action, or use, as a gavel, a mallet for playing the xylophone, or a lever that strikes the bell in […]
adjective 1. not open and aboveboard; secret and crafty or dishonorable: an underhand deal with the chief of police. 2. executed with the hand below the level of the shoulder and the palm turned upward and forward: an underhand delivery of a ball. adverb 3. with the hand below the level of the shoulder and […]
adjective 1. underhand. 2. short-handed: By the time of the Navy game, Army usually finds itself underhanded. adjective 1. another word for underhand, short-handed