shooting match

[ shoo-ting for 1; shoot-n, shoo-ting for 2 ]SEE DEFINITION OF shooting match
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A fair sight was Nottingham Town on the day of the shooting match.

He heard the guns, and thought that a shooting match was going on.

Of course such an occasion could not pass without a shooting match.

They found a mine, and you got in a shooting match with Caney.

Curtis Conrad and Emerson Mead had a riding and shooting match.

It is easy to win in the races, but I can never beat in a shooting match.

Already I know how to shoot, and this afternoon we shall have a shooting match.

On a stool near to her sat young Marston, the lad to whom, on the day of the shooting match, Dick Varley had given his old rifle.

Where and how anything remotely similar to a "shooting match" came into the situation may not be exactly clear.

A shooting match was next proposed by the exasperated Supernaturals, in which the persons engaged were to shoot at one another.

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