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[ UK /ʃˈɑːpʃuːtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɑɹpˌʃutɝ, ˈʃɑɹpʃutɝ/ ]
  1. someone skilled in shooting
  2. a fast schooner once used by New England fisherman for illegal fishing in Canadian waters
  3. an athlete noted for accurate aim
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How To Use sharpshooter In A Sentence

  • The Americans went nearly three minutes without another field goal while Greek sharpshooters found their range.
  • Player Uno defended his title forcing Kevin Steen to tap to the Sharpshooter in 12: 21. Week in Review
  • Both are expert marksmen, sharpshooters, snipers of great skill and reputation.
  • She's a cerebral sharpshooter who never misses a target -- and an expert markswoman like her is needed to take down those who threaten the truth. D. R. Tucker: The Current Climate
  • With a stout string he drew his cannon up to the large oilnut tree, and then with a real bayonet fixed to a wooden gun, he would lie at full length under the shade, calling himself a sharpshooter guarding the cannon. Captain Horace
  • But I do wish that it could be accomplished by hunters rather than New Zealand "sharpshooters" who are the ones who the contract for this. Pig Follies again
  • Both are expert marksmen, sharpshooters, snipers of great skill and reputation.
  • Hundreds of officers, including bomb squads and sharpshooters, stood guard outside the court, a short drive from the tourist strip where the bombings happened.
  • 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.
  • Get engineers to build Pontoon bridges and abatis, and use sharpshooters to snipe at the enemy from a safe distance. Back To Gettysburg
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