sharpshoot

VERB
  1. aim and shoot with great precision
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How To Use sharpshoot In A Sentence

  • Hundreds of officers, including bomb squads and sharpshooters, stood guard outside the court, a short drive from the tourist strip where the bombings happened.
  • These shows features all types of women performers - sharpshooters, trick riders, racers, bulldoggers, and ropers.
  • He admitted that the long red scar on his upper arm had been drilled by a sharpshooter from a German Fokker, but added hurriedly that it was of no consequence, as he had made a good landing. IV. Book Four: The Voyage of the Anchises
  • The sharpshooter is a half-inch-long insect that damages grape vines 'circulation, interrupting the flow of water and nutrients. undefined
  • Apart from the sharpshooters there was little to enthuse about.
  • An accomplished woodsman, hunter, arborist, and gardener, he was also a highly skilled archer and sharpshooter.
  • ‘Nobody has any business down there,’ he said at the headquarters of his division, which also includes rollerblading policemen and sharpshooters.
  • Get engineers to build Pontoon bridges and abatis, and use sharpshooters to snipe at the enemy from a safe distance. Back To Gettysburg
  • Few could have predicted this re-enactment of the age-old squabble which underpins the dodgy plots of so many Hollywood Westerns would occur in the last 16 of the World Cup, but both teams of sharpshooters have made it through on merit.
  • The Americans went nearly three minutes without another field goal while Greek sharpshooters found their range.
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