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shoot through

verb
1.
(intransitive, adverb) (informal, mainly Austral) to leave; depart
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  • She came running from the kitchen where she had fled when the sheriff announced his intention to shoot through the floor.

    The Coyote James Roberts
  • The men outside could not force the door open, and began to shoot through it.

    Historic Adventures Rupert S. Holland
  • Did you shoot through the door, or was it through the window?

  • He knew that with the gun there he could shoot through his pocket if necessary.

  • But Bruin was too heavy for the united efforts, and at last they decided to shoot through the door.

    Kristy's Rainy Day Picnic Olive Thorne Miller
  • Crimson and purple and gold began to shoot through the sombre black and grey.

    The Major Ralph Connor
  • I would take the two-inch augur and bore holes all over the floor, so that I might shoot through.

    Missing Friends Thorvald Weitemeyer
  • Have the guerrillas guns that'll shoot through the sides of the cars?

  • And if I attempt to shoot through the window I shall meet with the conductor's fate.

    Indian and Scout F. S. Brereton

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