My shoulder is hurting and I'd like to put the sling on for a while.
Just when I think the light is green, you hit the breaks and sling out a caution sign.
He snatched up his machete and crossed to the bed to grab and sling Iliana over his shoulder.
One corner of this was pulled over the left shoulder from the back and tucked in under the left arm; the rest of the garment was brought round the right side of the body and either carried under the right shoulder, across the chest and over the left shoulder, if it was desired that the right arm should be free, or wrapped round the right arm as well as the body, leaving the right hand in a fold like a sling (Greek Art, fig.
He flew out of here like a rock off a kid's sling shot.
Let the bold and insolent Goliath from the borders of France encompass the realms of Russia with death-bearing terrors; humble Faith, the sling of the Russian David, shall suddenly smite his head in his bloodthirsty pride.
In Arthrobotrys side-branches of the mycelium sling themselves around the host (Tylenchus) much as tendrils round a support.