outshoot


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out·shoot

 (out-sho͞ot′)
tr.v. out·shot (-shŏt′), out·shoot·ing, out·shoots
To shoot better than (another): a pistol that easily outshoots others in its class; a basketball player who outshot all others on the team.
n. (out′sho͞ot′)
A protuberance, projection, or outgrowth: outshoots of brush on the high mountain slopes.

outshoot

vb, -shoots, -shooting or -shot
1. (Shooting) (tr) to surpass or excel in shooting
2. to go or extend beyond (something)
n
3. a thing that projects or shoots out
4. the act or state of shooting out or protruding

out•shoot

(v. ˌaʊtˈʃut; n. ˈaʊtˌʃut)

v.t. -shot, -shoot•ing.
1. to surpass in shooting, esp. in accuracy.
2. to shoot beyond.

outshoot


Past participle: outshot
Gerund: outshooting

Imperative
outshoot
outshoot
Present
I outshoot
you outshoot
he/she/it outshoots
we outshoot
you outshoot
they outshoot
Preterite
I outshot
you outshot
he/she/it outshot
we outshot
you outshot
they outshot
Present Continuous
I am outshooting
you are outshooting
he/she/it is outshooting
we are outshooting
you are outshooting
they are outshooting
Present Perfect
I have outshot
you have outshot
he/she/it has outshot
we have outshot
you have outshot
they have outshot
Past Continuous
I was outshooting
you were outshooting
he/she/it was outshooting
we were outshooting
you were outshooting
they were outshooting
Past Perfect
I had outshot
you had outshot
he/she/it had outshot
we had outshot
you had outshot
they had outshot
Future
I will outshoot
you will outshoot
he/she/it will outshoot
we will outshoot
you will outshoot
they will outshoot
Future Perfect
I will have outshot
you will have outshot
he/she/it will have outshot
we will have outshot
you will have outshot
they will have outshot
Future Continuous
I will be outshooting
you will be outshooting
he/she/it will be outshooting
we will be outshooting
you will be outshooting
they will be outshooting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outshooting
you have been outshooting
he/she/it has been outshooting
we have been outshooting
you have been outshooting
they have been outshooting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outshooting
you will have been outshooting
he/she/it will have been outshooting
we will have been outshooting
you will have been outshooting
they will have been outshooting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outshooting
you had been outshooting
he/she/it had been outshooting
we had been outshooting
you had been outshooting
they had been outshooting
Conditional
I would outshoot
you would outshoot
he/she/it would outshoot
we would outshoot
you would outshoot
they would outshoot
Past Conditional
I would have outshot
you would have outshot
he/she/it would have outshot
we would have outshot
you would have outshot
they would have outshot
References in classic literature ?
"Locksley," said she, "I have made a wager with the King that thou and two of thy men can outshoot any three that he can send against you.
If ye outshoot the knaves I will fill your caps with silver pennies; if ye fail ye shall lose your prizes that ye have won so fairly, and they go to them that shoot against you, man to man.
Know that I have laid a wager with the King that ye can outshoot the best five whom he has found in all his bowmen." The five men pressed the scarfs to their lips in token of fealty.
If ye outshoot these knaves, I will fill your caps with silver pennies--aye, and knight the man who stands first.
it will be a strange thing if I cannot outshoot that thing of thine, which to my eyes is more like a rat-trap than a bow.
Finally, have a blast--grab a friend and fire up those lasers for epic battles where you try to outsmart (and outshoot) your opponent.