An example of shot is a student trying out for a part in a high school play.
An example of shot is a volleyball player hitting a ball over the net.
An example of a shot is an attempt to hit a target at a rifle range.
A good shot with the rifle and the bow.
His shot at the bear missed by inches.
A moon shot.
Took three shots to get out of the sand trap.
Took a shot at losing weight.
Gave him a fair shot at the part in the play.
The horse was a four-to-one shot.
Got a good shot of that last model.
A shot of oxygen.
A blue suit shot with purple; a forest glade that was shot with sunlight.
Her apology was shot with irony.
A horse that is a ten-to-one shot.
I have to go to bed now, I'm shot.
They took the lead on a last-minute shot.
I brought him hunting as he's a good shot.
He'd make a bad soldier as he's a lousy shot.
His solo shot in the seventh inning ended up winning the game.
A fair shot.
A novel shot through with pathos.
- Very quickly.
- Something that boosts one's spirits.
- A guess.
- An attempt that has little chance of succeeding.
- something that bolsters up, reinvigorates, encourages, etc., esp. in a difficult situation
- to give orders
- to control what is done or what happens
- to make a try at
- quickly; rapidly