archery

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arch·er·y

 (är′chə-rē)
n.
1. The art, sport, or skill of shooting with a bow and arrow.
2. The equipment of an archer.
3. A group of archers.

archery

(ˈɑːtʃərɪ)
n
1. (Archery) the art or sport of shooting with bows and arrows
2. (Archery) archers or their weapons collectively

ar•cher•y

(ˈɑr tʃə ri)

n.
1. the art, practice, or skill of shooting with a bow and arrow.
2. an archer's equipment.
3. a group of archers.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French]

Archery

 a company or corps of archers.
Examples: he rode through a hundred archery, 1465; signal for England’s archery to halt and bend their bows, 1814.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.archery - the sport of shooting arrows with a bowarchery - the sport of shooting arrows with a bow
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
Translations
رَمي السِّهام
lukostřelba
bueskydning
tir à l'arctir à l’arc
íjászat
bogfimi
arco-e-flecha
lukostreľba
okçuluk

archery

[ˈɑːtʃərɪ] Ntiro m con arco

archery

[ˈɑːrtʃəri] ntir m à l'arc

archery

archery

[ˈɑːtʃərɪ] ntiro con l'arco

archer

(ˈaːtʃə) noun
a person who shoots with a bow and arrows.
ˈarchery noun
the art or sport of shooting with a bow.
References in classic literature ?
"By my hilt!" said Aylward, "if I am to preach on bowmanship, the whole long day would scarce give me time for my sermon.
Despite the festive air, archery practice was a legal duty as the state required males of a specified age to keep their bowmanship up to the mark.
Rather, four 14-year-olds held rapt a handful of adults with a dizzying and dazzling display of bowmanship.