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Definition of "carabine" [car•a•bine]

  • To attach via carabiner. (verb)
  • A carbine. (noun)

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Use "carabine" in a sentence
  • "Just the way she approaches the Iraq War is something alarming and his picture of her holding a M4 carabine makes the Dukakis tank photo op look like a Patton picture."
  • "Redgauntlet led them through one or two passages (for the house, as we have before said, was very irregular, and built at different times) until they entered an apartment, where a man with shouldered carabine kept watch at the door, but readily turned the key for their reception."
  • "Four or five of them were mounted by servants or inferior retainers, all of whom were well armed with sword, pistol, and carabine."