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Shooting-iron (A)

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A gun.

Catch old Stripes [a tiger] coming near my bullock, if he thought a ‘shooting-ironʹ anywhere about.”—Cornhill, July, 1883 (My Tiger Watch).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Shoe a Goose (To)
Shoe the Anchor (To)
Shoe the Cobbler (To)
Shoe the Horse (To)
Shoe the Wild Colt (To)
Shoes
Shoemakers
Shoot the Moon (To)
Shoot the Sun (To)
Shooting-iron (A)
Shooting Stars
Shop
Shop-lifting
Shore (Jane)
Shoreditch
Shorne (Sir John) or Master John Shorne
Short
Short Stature (Noted Men of)
Shot
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