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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgunslingergun‧sling‧er /ˈɡʌnˌslɪŋə $ -ər/ noun [countable] American English informal  SHOOTsomeone who is very skilful at using guns, especially a criminal
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gunslingerHe was an information officer, not a gunslinger versed in controlling the tension of a shoot-out.First he began to shy away from the crowd of young street thug arsonist gunslingers.A peerless champion of his own era, he had been reduced to an ineffectual has-been by the modern gunslingers.It wanted to go from being seen as a bunch of gunslingers to a more professional business approach.Where were the saloons and the gunslingers and the professional card sharks?Creed, the gunslinger, had been faster, though.
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