Shot synonyms

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(Metallurgy, of steel) deoxidized
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Closed or affected in some other way by a labor strike
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The process of applying heat or fire, especially to clay etc to produce pottery.
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An act of shooting
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The act by which something is blasted, or blighted.
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An act of shooting
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An act of shooting
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An act of shooting
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An act of shooting
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An act of shooting
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The definition of a bullet is a small ball or cone-shaped projectile which is shot from a gun, or a solid dot at the beginning of a line of type for emphasis.
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A spherical or almost spherical body:
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A lead projectile used as ammunition in rifled air guns.
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Lead is defined as a heavy, soft, flexible metal.
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An object designed to be hurled or shot forward, as a cannon shell or rocket
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(Chiefly US) lead shot used in shotgun cartridges
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A cluster of small iron balls or other small projectiles, often contained in a canvas bag, that scatter when fired from a cannon, formerly used as an antipersonnel round.
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Selection, array.
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A position open to attack of any kind
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The act of stretching or extending; extension; power of reaching or touching with the person, or a limb, or something held or thrown.
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The full period or length of a contest or game:
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Chance is defined as happening by unexplainable reasons, luck, a risk, or the likelihood of something happening.
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A fit or a period of giddiness.
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A soldier, sailor, etc. who fires or helps fire an artillery piece
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A surname​.
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A classification in the US Army and Marine Corps for the lowest of three ratings of rifle proficiency.
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One who hunts or seeks after anything.
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A person especially skilled in the use of a rifle.
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Crack is defined as slang for a highly purified form of cocaine in hard pebble-sized pieces for smoking.
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Report is defined as a collection of information about something or rumors or gossip that is being spread.
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A powerful hit, blow, or shot.
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The act of expelling or letting go
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A release of mechanical, chemical, or nuclear energy in a sudden and often violent manner with the generation of high temperature and usually with the release of gases.
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Topographically rough; uneven:
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Exhausted; tired out
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Depleted; in a state of exhaustion.
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Used up; worn out; without power
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(Slang) Ruined, destroyed, defeated, etc.
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Shots from a gun or guns, typically creating loud report.
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(Uncountable) The sport or activity of firing a gun.
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(Genetics) The measured level of variation in gene expression among cells, regardless of source, within a supposedly identical population.
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A means of attacking or defending an argument, thesis, or point of view.
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An assault or attack, especially an assassination attempt. [1580]
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Something without information or thought:
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A difficult exertion of strength or will:
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A brief time of unrestrained pleasures or dissipation
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A judgment or estimate formed by guessing; conjecture; surmise
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A brief strong portion:
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A weapon or other object, as a spear, bullet, rocket, etc., designed to be thrown, fired, or launched toward a target; often, specif., a guided or ballistic missile
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An act or instance of beginning.
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A discrete mass of a material that moves as a unit, usually through another material.
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(Rugby) A score in rugby, analogous to a touchdown in American football.
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A fire started to stop an advancing prairie fire or forest fire by creating a burned area in its path
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The definition of an endeavor is an attempt with a lot of effort.
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Something resembling such a composition:
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(Informal) A try; attempt; endeavor
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Something offered; presentation, proposal, suggestion, bid, etc.
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A thrust, as with a knife or dagger
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An attempt; endeavor; effort
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A quantity collected at one time, especially the amount of profit or receipts taken on a business venture or from ticket sales at a sporting event.
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A sharp, resounding blow
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Whirl means the act of spinning or twirling, or a state of confusion.
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An often sudden piece of luck, especially good luck:
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A reason or excuse; a motive; a persuasion.
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A small drink of alcoholic liquor
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A sheer incline, such as the face of a cliff:
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(Dialect, Scouse, dated) An alleyway separating the backs of two rows of houses.
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The act of sipping.
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A stinging remark
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The definition of a snort is a loud sound made by blowing air through your nose, usually made by people to express laughter or, for animals, when they want to express fear, or a snort refers to a dose of cocaine or other drug inhaled up through your nose.
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Luck means someone’s good fortune.
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A biological insulation garment; an air-tight, full-body suit intended to prevent the spread of contaminants.
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The action of ingesting, or consuming something orally, whether it be food, drink, medicine, or other substance. It is usually referred to as the first step of digestion.
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The definition of changeable is something that can be altered, or is something that may change appearance or format.
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(Jewelry) Having a certain optical reflectance effect, which can be likened to the sheen of a spool of silk.
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Having or showing shifting changes in color or an interplay of rainbowlike colors, as when seen from different angles
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The launching of a rocket, missile, spacecraft, etc.
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A single uninterrupted movement, especially when repeated or in a back-and-forth motion:
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A fuel under pressure forced into a combustion chamber
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A hurried shot fired with little or no aim
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A snap bean.
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An estimate or judgment made by guessing.
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The act of making a guess; estimate or prediction; foresight
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A method of estimating the position of a ship or aircraft by applying estimates of the distance and direction travelled to a previously known position. In respect to ships/boats, it excludes the effect of wind and current on the vessel. Compare with estimated position. Abbreviation: DR
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The location of an event that attracts attention.
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A long, narrow, vertical or slanting passage sunk into the earth
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A poetry slam.
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An archaeological excavation.
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A thin, somewhat beardlike growth near the mouth of certain animals, as the barbel of a fish
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A facetious or insulting remark, a jeer or taunt.
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A facetious or insulting remark; a jeer or taunt.
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(Slang) A shot of whiskey or other liquor
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To fool is defined as to trick or lie to.
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To dissipate is defined as to lessen or disappear, or to cause something to lessen or disappear.
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To bat against (a pitcher or kind of pitch) successfully:
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To curse; to damn.
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To close, fasten, put into place, etc. with a snapping sound
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(Intransitive) To appear in a photograph.
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To capture physically; seize:
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To take a photograph or of
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To deprive of sprouts.
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To sprout or cause to sprout, as from a spore, seed, or bud
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To push or pump (something, especially fluids) into a cavity or passage.
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(Juggling) To perform a flash.
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To throw, knock, or thrust
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Dart is defined as to move or throw quickly.
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To move or go swiftly or impetuously; dash
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To expel suddenly in a stream or gushing flow; squirt; jet
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To cover (a fire) with ashes
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To set fire to:
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To undermine or destroy any endeavor with a stealthy, powerful attack.
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To drive out by force; force out; eject
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To feed or serve the fire of.
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To move or progress rapidly:
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(Informal) To move with speed or violence
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To go in haste. Often used with it :
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To move rapidly
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(Informal) To move or propel something with speed and force
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To go swiftly on or as on wings; fly
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To move lightly, nimbly, and rapidly.
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To move, go, drive, etc. swiftly
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To move quickly; hurry; run
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To move violently or with speed; dash
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Sprint is defined as to run a short race at full speed.
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To cause to move or proceed quickly; hasten:
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To move swiftly; scurry.
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To move briskly.
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(Vertebrates) To move swiftly.
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To move swiftly and powerfully, as a rocket
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To enter or run (a horse, etc.) in a race
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To move at a vigorous gait:
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To push one's way; move hurriedly
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To hurry is defined as to rush, move quickly or do something faster than is comfortable.
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To move in a quick fashion.
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(Intransitive) To move with haste.
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(Scot., North Eng.) To move to other quarters, esp. by stealth
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To move swiftly; flit; fly
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To move or cause to move energetically and busily.
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To move or drive rapidly or recklessly
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To move or spring suddenly.
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To charge with the head lowered; butt.
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To load to capacity; fill:
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To pursue; chase; drive
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To hurt or injure (someone) by cutting, piercing, or tearing the skin.
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To express in any way
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To cause to project or extend:
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To direct, cast, turn, project, etc.
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To direct an attack (at someone) in a sly or underhanded way
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To fire shells at; bombard.
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To extend or jut out; project.
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To cause to move in a certain direction.
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To send out into space; cast:
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To fire at; shoot.
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(Informal) To move or work doggedly and persistently:
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To penetrate is to pass into or through something.
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To cause to progress or advance:
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To send out; to start (one) on a career; to set going; to give a start to (something); to put in operation.
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To stick out; project
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To move with force or violence; rush
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To come to be by a gradual process or by degrees; become:
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To enlarge the scope or effect of:
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To voice; express:
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(Intransitive) To project oneself from an aircraft.
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To eject abruptly; to throw out suddenly and swiftly.
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To cancel or end a scheduled event, project or course
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(Intransitive) To move forcefully.
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To fire; go off: said of a gun, etc.
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To give forth; project
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The definition of bombard is to attack continuously or repeatedly.
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Bag is to move something into a sack.
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To seek an answer to:
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To solicit is to request or ask for something.
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Request means to ask for something.
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To execute is defined as to carry out, perform or put to death.
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To kill brutally or inhumanly:
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To put an end to; kill
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To move or lift (the head) with a sudden motion.
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To throw, cast, fling, or hurl
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To move suddenly as when startled; jump; start; recoil
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(Intransitive, aviation or nautical) To move so that the front of an aircraft or ship goes alternatively up and down.
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(Intransitive, archaic) To push; to jostle; to hurl.
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(Geology) To displace or move (a vein, lode, or stratum, for example).
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To move suddenly and violently; rush; dash
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To move or pass swiftly and lightly over or near a surface; glide.
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To move easily or lightly:
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(Intransitive) Of a grip or hold, to let go.
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To offer vigorous support to a person or cause.
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To capture physically; seize:
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Scoot is defined as to quickly move or hurry.
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To move quickly; dart.
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To rush or move swiftly with such a sound.
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To move violently or with speed; dash
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To run away; flee
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To direct, cast, turn, project, etc.
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(Informal) To move or work doggedly and persistently:
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To come to be by a gradual process or by degrees; become:
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To fire, or attack with, a fusillade
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(Intransitive) To move forcefully.
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To have an unexpected and unwelcome result; go awry; boomerang
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To cause to walk or proceed at a walk:
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To ask a question or questions
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To refrain from; avoid or resist. Used with can or cannot:
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An act of shooting
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