Definition of Shotte

1. a young pig [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shotte

shotholes
shotless
shotmaker
shotmakers
shotmaking
shotnoise
shotproof
shotput
shotputs
shots
shots on goal
shots to nothing
shott
shotta
shottas
shotte (current term)
shotted
shotted suture
shotten
shottes
shottie
shotties
shotting
shottle
shottles
shotts
shotty
shou'd
shou'dn't
shou'dst

Literary usage of Shotte

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1. The life and administration of cardinal Wolseyby John Galt, Thomas Wolsey by John Galt, Thomas Wolsey (1812)
"And yet, notwithstanding, yee must in noe wise bu$ take shotte sufficient, ... have teene gotten by shotte alone, without pushe or stroke stricken. ..."

2. Inventors and Inventions by Henry Dircks (1867)
"Tenne of theis tar- gettes are sufficiente to defende an hundred shotte, as if they were behinde a walle. XX. A rare invention. ..."

3. A Collection of Letters Illustrative of the Progress of Science in England by Historical Society of Science (1841)
"A meanes to better the use of small artillery, moste serviceable. To make that smalle shotte shall doe greater execution then the ..."

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