slingstone

slingstone

(ˈslɪŋˌstəʊn)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a stone fired from a sling
References in classic literature ?
Lord Steyne is really too bad," Lady Slingstone said, "but everybody goes, and of course I shall see that my girls come to no harm.
Upon dispatching the towering braggart with a well-aimed slingstone, David uses Goliath's sword to decapitate his fallen foe (I Sam.
They include the noble but suspiciously cheesy Duchess of Stilton, Duc de la Gruyere, Marchioness of Cheshire, Marchese Stracchino and Comte de Brie; the exotic Turkish Papoosh Pasha (attended by the grilled Kibob Bey) and the Indian Bobbachy Bahawder; and the degraded Wagg, Fogey, Slingstone and murderous Macbeth.
Imagining a hero On some muddy compound, His gift like a slingstone Whirled for the desperate.
No datable remains were found, only slingstones, querns and stone pestles and mortars, which suggests that, unlike many hillforts in North Wales, this site was not reoccupied in the late Roman period.