To rebound at least once from a surface.(verb-intransitive)
The act or an instance of ricocheting.(noun)
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Use "ricochet" in a sentence
"For a dozen heartbeats Ferrol stared at the display, listening to the word ricochet around his brain."
"One cannot help jumping when death, in the form of a piece of flying lead, hits the rail beside him, or the mast over his head, or whines away in a ricochet from the steel shrouds."
"I was still hearing Acer's name ricochet around the inside of my head."