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1. shot

noun. ['ˈʃɑːt'] the act of firing a projectile.

Synonyms

  • actuation
  • shooting
  • firing
  • gunshot
  • headshot
  • gunfire
  • discharge
  • shoot
  • shellfire
  • propulsion
  • countershot
  • potshot
  • firing off

Antonyms

  • overact
  • underact
  • tightness
  • immovability

Etymology

  • sceot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Rhymes with Golf Shot

  • konsultat
  • montserrat
  • vancott
  • qiryat
  • marcott
  • kiryat
  • forgot
  • boitnott
  • squat
  • sprott
  • sadat
  • refaat
  • perrott
  • minot
  • massat
  • malott
  • lamott
  • labatt
  • demott
  • cannot
  • batat
  • ascott
  • trott
  • trot
  • swat
  • surat
  • stott
  • staat
  • spot
  • slott

2. shot

noun. ['ˈʃɑːt'] a solid missile discharged from a firearm.

Synonyms

  • grape
  • grapeshot
  • musket ball
  • BB shot
  • BB
  • duck shot
  • buckshot
  • case shot
  • bird shot
  • missile
  • projectile
  • canister
  • pellet
  • canister shot

Antonyms

  • function
  • unify
  • keep
  • respect

Etymology

  • sceot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. golf

noun. ['ˈgɑːlf, ˈgɔlf'] a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes.

Synonyms

  • medal play
  • stroke play
  • match play
  • outdoor game
  • professional golf
  • round
  • clock golf
  • round of golf
  • miniature golf

Antonyms

  • night game
  • square
  • angular
  • praise

4. shot

noun. ['ˈʃɑːt'] (sports) the act of swinging or striking at a ball with a club or racket or bat or cue or hand.

Synonyms

  • maneuver
  • follow-through
  • golf stroke
  • cannon
  • stroke
  • swipe
  • tennis shot
  • swing
  • masse shot
  • play
  • undercut
  • manoeuvre
  • cut
  • tennis stroke
  • masse
  • carom
  • miscue
  • golf shot
  • break

Antonyms

  • buy
  • thicken
  • inflate
  • deflate

Etymology

  • sceot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. shot

noun. ['ˈʃɑːt'] a chance to do something.

Synonyms

  • opportunity
  • crack

Antonyms

  • abstain
  • dissimilarity
  • disrespect

Etymology

  • sceot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. shot

noun. ['ˈʃɑːt'] the act of putting a liquid into the body by means of a syringe.

Synonyms

  • intradermal injection
  • intravenous injection
  • intramuscular injection
  • subcutaneous injection
  • medical care
  • injection

Antonyms

  • lengthen
  • expand
  • uncut
  • switch on

Etymology

  • sceot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. shot

noun. ['ˈʃɑːt'] a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film.

Synonyms

  • scene
  • photograph
  • outtake
  • moving-picture show
  • picture
  • exposure
  • film
  • motion picture
  • flick
  • pic
  • moving picture
  • movie
  • motion-picture show
  • picture show

Antonyms

  • convict
  • invest
  • mobilize
  • hold

Etymology

  • sceot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. shot

noun. ['ˈʃɑːt'] a person who shoots (usually with respect to their ability to shoot).

Synonyms

  • gunman
  • shooter
  • marksman
  • gun
  • expert
  • crack shot
  • trapshooter

Antonyms

  • defeat
  • open
  • praise
  • differ

Etymology

  • sceot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. golf

verb. ['ˈgɑːlf, ˈgɔlf'] play golf.

Antonyms

  • bottom

10. shot

noun. ['ˈʃɑːt'] the launching of a missile or spacecraft to a specified destination.

Synonyms

  • rocket launching
  • blastoff

Antonyms

  • stay
  • inactivity
  • inactiveness

Etymology

  • sceot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Sentences with golf-shot


1. Noun Phrase
A golf slice, simply put, is a golf shot that veers strongly away from the desired target--to the right for right-handed golfers; to the left for left-handed golfers.

2. Noun Phrase
You will then be in the ideal position to start the downswing and hit through the ball for a golf shot that achieves both accuracy and distance.

3. Noun Phrase
You will then be in the ideal position to start the downswing and hit through the ball for a golf shot that achieves both accuracy and distance.

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