Definition of Catapultic

1. Adjective. Of or like a catapult. "A catapultic kind of action"

Exact synonyms: Catapultian
Partainyms: Catapult, Catapult
Derivative terms: Catapult, Catapult, Catapult, Catapult, Catapult



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catapultic

cataphysical
cataplasia
cataplasm
cataplasms
cataplastic
cataplectic
catapleiite
cataplexies
cataplexy
catapuce
catapult
catapulted
catapulter
catapulters
catapultian
catapultic (current term)
catapultier
catapultiers
catapulting
catapultlike
catapults
catapultæ
cataract
cataract-oligophrenia syndrome
cataract extraction
cataract lens
cataract needle
cataract spoon
cataracta

Literary usage of Catapultic

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Translation of Jacob's Greek Reader: (adapted to All the Editions Printed by Friedrich Jacobs, Patrick S. Casserly (1842)
"... they gave up two hundred thousand suits of complete armor, and three thousand catapultic engines ; that they might not be forced into an unequal war. ..."

2. A Translation of Jacobs' Greek Reader ...: With ... Notes ... and ... a by Friedrich Christian Wilhelm Jacobs (1842)
"... they gave up two hundred thousand suits of complete armor, and three thousand catapultic engines ; that they might not be forced into an unequal war. ..."

3. Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement by Ray Stannard Baker (1922)
"Lloyd George had evidently suffered one of his characteristic catapultic changes of opinion. Opposition, which always hardened Wilson behind his principles, ..."

4. The North American Review by Making of America Project, Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge (1821)
"He caught this one, and, leaping to his feet with catapultic energy, leaned over the platform rail and shouted in Mr. Usher's more vulnerable ear : " I ..."

5. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1874)
""One" from his catapultic fist was enough. No one ever called for two. Such was Stony Bar in 1860. It was then on its last legs. So was the Bar Store. ..."

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