unshot

unshot

(ʌnˈʃɒt)
adj
1. not shot out or fired
2. (Agriculture) (of grain) not sprouted
vb (tr)
to remove shot from
References in classic literature ?
Lights shone in all the windows opposite, chains rattled, bars were unshot, doors opened, and out rushed friends to the rescue.
American Mining & Tunneling, the complainant was terminated after drilling near booted, unshot holes that were loaded with explosives.
Next we loaded seven-round magazines and fired a drill in which four USPSA targets were shot starting with the first round into the target on the left, the second round into the next target, the third round back into the target on the left, the fourth round into the next unshot target, and so on, working from left to right and always returning to the first, leftside target every other shot.
When the day's needle nestles a last unshot vein, her fist
The only certainty is that some birds will be flushed unseen or unshot at by dogs not reliably staunch.
However, Abdallah Farah did succeed in rescuing some of his negatives and hundreds of virgin film rolls, unshot and unexposed.
Also a four-minute montage of storyboards of an unshot scene of the kids falling into the Creeper's lair, which is more frightening than some of the film.
One way that Murch was able to compensate for the unshot film was by capitalizing on Coppola's belief that characters in movies tend to change their clothes more often than people do in real life.
Both are very heavy-duty dippers and both machines employ very high cutting force to cope with the unshot overburden.
1984a, Moss and Watson 1991) on an unshot part of the same moor.
44 Special is known to be one of the most inherently accurate handgun cartridges ever designed, yet poor factory loadings caused the verbal spewing of "gutless belt anchors" from the unknowing or unshot.