Noun(1) the backward jerk of a gun when it is fired(2) a movement back from an impact
Verb(1) draw back, as with fear or pain(2) come back to the originator of an action with an undesired effect(3) spring back; spring away from an impact(4) spring back, as from a forceful thrust
(1) It largely reduces the strength of recoil during shooting, but its greatest usefulness is apparent during bare-hand fighting.(2) The principle stress-bearing elements of the lung, which account for its tendency to recoil , are elastin and collagen fiber networks and surface tension.(3) This is due to elastic tendons that stretch and recoil , enabling the animals to ├ö├ç├┐bounce├ö├ç├û along the ground like a pogo stick.(4) Many social scientists recoil from the idea that though particular wars may be avoided, war is endemic in the human condition.(5) No matter how well you explain recoil or emphasize proper shooting stance, that first shot is a surprise.(6) One caution: be sure you have the scope mounted properly in terms of recoil .(7) In recoil , one of the mortally wounded soldiers pulled the trigger of his gun, causing a single bullet to strike his attacker.(8) I felt Jack's arm snake around my waist suddenly and wanted to recoil , but just gave him a fake loving smile instead.(9) The recoil , for example, was negligible, and the gun was certainly not on a hair-trigger.(10) the muscle has the ability to recoil(11) This provides the skeleto-muscular support required in order to handle recoil without discomfort.(12) Ronni felt herself recoil at the very thought(13) The stock is designed with more mass to help reduce recoil .(14) The light recoil and modest slide pace lull the shooter into a false sense of security.(15) Hence, although we fix the vessel under distension, once the load is removed, the elastin will recoil and consequently have a tortuous geometry.(16) his body jerked with the recoil of the rifle
1. kickback ::
2. kick ::
3. repercussion ::
4. draw back ::
5. feel revulsion at ::
kujisikia maudhi kwa
8. quail ::
9. kick back ::
10. ricochet ::
11. backfire ::
Different Formsrecoil, recoiled, recoiling, recoils
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