Bloodshot - (a.) Red and inflamed; suffused with blood, or having the
vessels turgid with blood, as when the conjunctiva is inflamed or
Blood-shotten - (a.) Bloodshot.
Bowshot - (n.) The distance traversed by an arrow shot from a bow.
Buckshot - (n.) A coarse leaden shot, larger than swan shot, used in
hunting deer and large game.
Burrel shot - () A mixture of shot, nails, stones, pieces of old iron,
etc., fired from a cannon at short range, in an emergency.
Case shot - () A collection of small projectiles, inclosed in a case or
Earshot - (n.) Reach of the ear; distance at which words may be heard.
Edgeshot - (a.) Having an edge planed, -- said of a board.
Eyeshot - (n.) Range, reach, or glance of the eye; view; sight; as, to be
out of eyeshot.
Flight-shot - (n.) The distance to which an arrow or flight may be shot;
bowshot, -- about the fifth of a mile.
Foreshot - (n.) In distillation of low wines, the first portion of spirit
that comes over, being a fluid abounding in fusel oil.
Grapeshot - (n.) A cluster, usually nine in number, of small iron balls,
put together by means of cast-iron circular plates at top and bottom,
with two rings, and a central connecting rod, in order to be used as a
charge for a cannon. Formerly grapeshot were inclosed in canvas bags.
Gunshot - (n.) Act of firing a gun; a shot.
Gunshot - (n.) The distance to which shot can be thrown from a gun, so as
to be effective; the reach or range of a gun.
Gunshot - (a.) Made by the shot of a gun: as. a gunshot wound.
Hailshot - (n. pl.) Small shot which scatter like hailstones.
Headmold shot - () Alt. of Headmould shot
Headmould shot - () An old name for the condition of the skull, in which
the bones ride, or are shot, over each other at the sutures.
Hipshot - (a.) Having the hip dislocated; hence, having one hip lower
than the other.
Masse shot - (n.) A stroke made with the cue held vertically.
Midrashoth - (pl. ) of Midrash
Nook-shotten - (a.) Full of nooks, angles, or corners.
Overshot - (imp. & p. p.) of Overshoot
Overshot - (a.) From Overshoot, v. t.
Shotten - () of Shoot
Shots - (pl. ) of Shot
Shotted - (imp. & p. p.) of Shot
Shotting - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Shot
Shot-clog - (n.) A person tolerated only because he pays the shot, or
reckoning, for the rest of the company, otherwise a mere clog on them.
Shote - (v. t.) A fish resembling the trout.
Shote - (v. t.) A young hog; a shoat.
Shot-free - (a.) Not to be injured by shot; shot-proof.
Shot-free - (a.) Free from charge or expense; hence, unpunished;
Shotgun - (n.) A light, smooth-bored gun, often double-barreled,
especially designed for firing small shot at short range, and killing
Shot-proof - (a.) Impenetrable by shot.
Shots - (n. pl.) The refuse of cattle taken from a drove.
Shotted - (a.) Loaded with shot.
Shotted - (a.) Having a shot attached; as, a shotten suture.
Shotten - (n.) Having ejected the spawn; as, a shotten herring.
Shotten - (n.) Shot out of its socket; dislocated, as a bone.
Shoulder-shotten - (a.) Sprained in the shoulder, as a horse.
Sight-shot - (n.) Distance to which the sight can reach or be thrown.
Undershot - (a.) Having the lower incisor teeth projecting beyond the
upper ones, as in the bulldog.
Undershot - (a.) Moved by water passing beneath; -- said of a water
wheel, and opposed to overshot; as, an undershot wheel.
Unshot - (v. t.) To remove the shot from, as from a shotted gun; to
Unshot - (a.) Not hit by a shot; also, not discharged or fired off.
Upshot - (n.) Final issue; conclusion; the sum and substance; the end;
the result; the consummation.