Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A large fishing-boat.

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Examples

  • There's still a part of me that admires that shotter that I saw when I was a kid.

    Professor Green: 'Lily Allen put me back on my feet'

  • Holding poor Scotch McClellen's feet to the firing range won't get the guy any shotter.

    Davis Sweet: While You Were Chuckling at Dick

  • Max Payne is a third person shotter game about a vigilante ex-cop who goes on a shooting spree in a revenge mission against some major New York crime bosses and a sinister ex-government black ops lady.

    Last weekend with glasses...

  • Enderby started toward the snap-shotter who turned and ran.

    Success A Novel

  • So I repeat that the best hole for golfing is that good two-shotter which takes the ball from the tee to the green in two well-played strokes without any actual pressing.

    The Complete Golfer

  • There was another opportunity for the snap-shotter when, LORD BOB lamenting the "ingrained frivolity of the Radicals in this grave crisis," ARTHUR MARKHAM interposed with Supplementary Question.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, June 24, 1914

  • Carmody got frustrated enough with missed free throws that he barked at Alex Marcotullio after he missed the front end of a two-shotter.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Clear the bunker down the right side and you have an outside shot at getting home, otherwise, it's a routine three-shotter.

    CBS 47: Local News

  • Generally a three-shotter for most players, the professionals were able to reach this monster in two.

    Eyewitness News

  • A gem in the shadow of tall trees, this slightly uphill one-shotter features three framing traps in the rear and a pair fronting the green.

    CBS 47: Local News

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