Synonyms for Rifle:


double-barrelled, Minie, Lee straight-pull, high-powered, muzzle-loading, sober, derringer, Johnson, m-1, Schneider repeating, air rifle, semi-automatic, automatic, SHARPS, rook and rabbit, 045, Chassepot, stick, Mannlicher, Lebel, recoilless, Peabody-Martini, saloon, M-16, match, Berdan, air gun, Martini-Henry, Lee-Metford, springfield, repeating, AK-47, M-14, Berthier, breech-loading, Garrand, bb gun, Francini-Martini, low-powered, Krag-Jorgensen, Schulhof, Enfield, iron, mauser. rob, run away with, steal, help yourself to something, walk off with, mug, burgle. scavenge, pick through, seek out, search out, look out for, hunt down, go through. rifle (noun)
plunder, reave, pillage, despoil, ransack, go, foray, strip, loot.
weapon (noun)
bazooka, machine gun, mace, cutlass, handgun, lance, artillery, Bilbo, dagger, club, piece, torpedo, revolver, missile, mortar, cannon, heater, ordnance, knife, bomber, rocket, gun, broadsword, weapon, spear, sidewinder, ax, blowpipe, machete, pistol, armament, stiletto, bayonet, saber, javelin, muzzle, firearm, sword, blowgun, howitzer, musket, luger, ammunition, battery, boomerang, shell, shooter, blunderbuss, claymore, shotgun, scimitar, winchester, Remington, peashooter, browning, colt, carbine, bullet, bow and arrow, rapier, flamethrower, trigger, weaponry, repeater, arrow.


contact (verb)
ransack (verb)
plunder, rummage, pillage, burgle, rob, go through, despoil, strip, loot.
search (verb)
peer, rummage, sift, scour, probe, pry, forage, look for, winnow, seek, comb, peek, search.
take (verb)

Other synonyms:

walk off with, steal.
Other relevant words:
automatic, reave, go, burgle, air gun, foray, pillage, despoil, plunder, rob, ransack, loot, Chassepot, strip, go through, steal.

Usage examples for rifle

  1. " Corny," said I, " how would you like to have our rifle – A Jolly Fellowship by Frank R. Stockton
  2. Then Captain Marat's rifle went off again. – The Voodoo Gold Trail by Walter Walden
  3. Well, you give me dog, I give you rifle – Lost in the Cañon by Alfred R. Calhoun