Definition of Sharpshooting

1. n. A shooting with great precision and effect; hence, a keen contest of wit or argument.



Definition of Sharpshooting

1. Noun. Highly accurate marksmanship. ¹

2. Verb. (present participle of sharpshoot) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sharpshooting

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sharpshooting

sharpies
sharping
sharpings
sharpish
sharpite
sharpling
sharplings
sharply
sharpness
sharpnesses
sharps
sharpsaw
sharpshoot
sharpshooter
sharpshooters
sharpshooting (current term)
sharpshootings
sharpster
sharpsters
sharptail
sharptail mola
sharptails
sharptongued
sharpy
sharrow
sharrows
sharwal
sharwals
shash
shashed

Literary usage of Sharpshooting

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1. Exciting Experiences in Our Wars with Spain and the Filipinos by Marshall Everett (1900)
"sharpshooting BY EXPERTS. ;LIEKE has been so much said and written about the accuracy' of the Spanish sharpshooters and their personal bravery in hiding in ..."

2. The Defence of Lucknow: A Diary, Recording the Daily Events During the Siege by Thomas Fourness Wilson (1858)
"sharpshooting all day long from the enemy, who had also got a new gun in position to the right of Mr. Gubbins'd post. One mine completed, and three others ..."

3. Men and Manners in America One Hundred Years Ago by Horace Elisha Scudder (1876)
"sharpshooting. [The story which John Andrews tells of the countryman who derided the shots of the British marksmen on Boston Common tallies with the ..."

4. Men and Manners in America One Hundred Years Ago by Horace Elisha Scudder (1876)
"sharpshooting. [The story which John Andrews tells of the countryman •who derided the shots of the British marksmen on Boston Common tallies with the ..."

5. A Biography of the Brothers Davenport: With Some Account of the Physical and by Thomas Low Nichols (1864)
"The Rochester Knockings—First Seance of the Davenport Family — Great Excitement — The Pistol-flash and Spectre—sharpshooting in the Dark—Floating in the ..."

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