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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of skeet.


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  • I don't think the media is about to attack us because we say "skeets" instead of clay targets, or "scrape" instead of rub.

    Slow-Mo Skeet

  • "I don't mind the Moros," continued Bender, "and I try to be a good soldier, but I'm afraid I'd surrender to the 'skeets' if they had intelligence enough to recognize the white flag."

    Uncle Sam's Boys in the Philippines or, Following the Flag against the Moros

  • Meanwhile, krazyfelioness, Margaret, and bloodred37 watched as matrixleap, herince_emyn, bellybalt, skeets, and myself did the Robot Thang, laughing the whole way in our various frustrations (those of you who know the game can sympathize, I'm sure).

    Super Bowl?

  • Many, many happy returns to the exquisite Miss Sarah, skeets to most of you.

    Some Birthdays Are Special

  • What started as a slow day with no plans turned into a fabulous evening. daemonwise, matrixleap, and myself pulled together an amazing set of meatloaf burgers and potatoes and fed ourselves, cybergremlin, herince_emyn, skeets, and Erik.


  • This footage is old, SwiftFox is a very capable player now, things like skeets with T1 are simple tasks to a player like himself.

    Left 4 Dead – SwiftFoX 2 by FoX « Esl Videos « Videos « Literacy News

  • I consider all my long arms fine, they have killed deer, small game, predators, paper, traps, skeets, and the occasional moa.

    The Gun Builder As Artist

  • However, golfs don't do well in gumbo, neither do skeets.

    Golfing With A Shotgun

  • I shoot a lot of trap and skeet, and never hear any other experienced shooters refer to the targets as "skeets."

    Slow-Mo Skeet

  • This clip comes from “Time Warp,” a Discovery Channel show that applies slow-motion photography to cool stuff, in this case, shooting clay targets or “skeets” as the voice-over guy insists on calling them.

    Slow-Mo Skeet


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