Definition of Outshots
1. outshot [n] - See also: outshot
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outshots
Literary usage of Outshots
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Extracts from the Records of the Royal Burgh of Stirling by Stirling (Stirling, Scotland), Stirling (Scotland), Robert Renwick (1889)
"... for liberty to take down the outshots and fore stairs in the Mary Wynd in terms of the act of parliament past in March, 17071, and had got auswer from ..."
2. The Evolution of the English House by Sidney Oldall Addy (1898)
"done by affixing aisles, or, as they were called, " outshots " at the sides. ... These " outshots" were sometimes formed by a complex wooden framework ..."
3. The Paper Trade: A Descriptive and Historical Survey of the Paper Trade from by Albert Dykes Spicer (1907)
"To consider first the rags which form part of the material now in use, chief among which are super- fines,1 outshots,2 seconds,3 thirds,4 and prints.5 These ..."
4. Cases Decided in the House of Lords, on Appeal from the Courts of Scotland by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, William Reginald Courtenay Devon, Charles Hope Maclean, Patrick Shaw, James Wilson (1832)
"... or outshots, buildings and erections, shall be removed under the ' authority of this Act, for the purpose of public conveniency and ' accommodation, ..."