Definition of Target-hunting

1. Adjective. Guided automatically toward the target.

Similar to: Guided



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Target-hunting

tardyonic
tardyons
tare
tared
tarenflurbil
tarente
tarentism
tarentula
tarentulas
tares
taret organ
targe
targed
targes
target
target-hunting (current term)
target acquisition system
target area
target audience
target behaviour
target cell
target cell anaemia
target company
target domain
target gland
target group
target language
target languages
target lesions of liver/spleen
target market

Literary usage of Target-hunting

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1. The Fighting Fleets: Five Months of Active Service with the American by Ralph Delahaye Paine (1918)
"This was a different business from firing at a canvas target. Hunting the submarine is snap-shooting, incredibly difficult. Incessant practice is required ..."

2. The Fighting Fleets: Five Months of Active Service with the American by Ralph Delahaye Paine (1918)
"This was a different business from firing at a canvas target. Hunting the submarine is snap-shooting, incredibly difficult. Incessant practice is required ..."

3. Wonders of Bodily Strength and Skill, in All Ages and All Countries by Guillaume Depping, Charles Russell (1871)
"... not at night or in the evening, that this sport is carried on. The mark, which is erected at a distance of fifty paces, consists of a target HUNTING ..."

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