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Alternative clues for the word bullseye
Word definitions for bullseye in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ Any way you look at it, the beams miss the bullseye and hit the outer ring. ▪ As with the first beams, they were landing on the side of the bullseye closest to the rear of the craft. ▪ Like when you first started accelerating:...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
interj. 1 A cry when someone hits the '''bullseye''' of a target. 2 By extension, a response when someone makes an accurate statement. n. 1 The centre of a target. 2 (context darts English) The two central rings on a dartboard. 3 A peppermint-flavoured...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
also bulls-eye , 1833, "center of a target," from bull (n.1) + eye (n.). So called for size and color. Meaning "shot that hits the mark" is from 1857.
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Bullseye is a British game show television programme , with a darts theme. It was first made for the ITV network by ATV in 1981, then by Central from 1982 until 1995, and was hosted by comedian and TV presenter Jim Bowen .
Usage examples of bullseye.
The first thing I did was I went into a sweetshop with bullseyes and the whole lot.
True for you, says Mr Vincent cross the table, and a bullseye into the bargain, says he, and a plumper and a portlier bull, says he, never shit on shamrock.
Simon Templar had ever killed, and he did it rather carefully and conscientiously, in the pellucid knowledge of what they were and what they had done, and to his own absolute judicial satisfaction, shooting Kay Natello three inches above her hollow navel and Cookie in the same umbilical bullseye, as closely as he could estimate it through her adipose camouflage.
They were the first women that Simon Templar had ever killed, and he did it rather carefully and conscientiously, in the pellucid knowledge of what they were and what they had done, and to his own absolute judicial satisfaction, shooting Kay Natello three inches above her hollow navel and Cookie in the same umbilical bullseye, as closely as he could estimate it through her adipose camouflage.
Two girls dashed back up the steps with the microphone, and the roller screen, another pounced with a cry of triumph on the jar of bullseyes, and hurried after them.
We got no treasure out of this, unless you count the peppermint bullseyes.
In addition, there were "dots" running out from the bullseyes in an X pattern.
A couple of the outer bullseyes were slightly out of position but given they were fast, one-handed, shots, they were still phenomenal.
She looked slightly less harmless with both cutlasses and one of the horsebows on her back, especially if you knew that the inn's dartboards now had deep holes in the bullseyes from all the practising.
Beverly gave Ben the Bullseye, folding his hand over the cup and ball nestled in it.
As the target approached it was apparent that there was a perfect four-leafed clover centered around the main bullseye and the lower left one.
Mike was joyed over his marksmanship since he had been able to sneak only two looks when guidance & tracking radars were not in use and had relied on just one nudge to bring it to bullseye.
He went once a week to a shooting range in North Miami, called Miami Bullseye.
The Lucky Duck had just finished skunking him at darts-tossing all five shots with his teeth and then punting them into the bullseye, with his own eyes closed-and Tommy had naturally gravitated to the nearest source of laughter to soothe his wounds.
He'd used commercial 148-grain wadcutter bullets, swaged from pure lead instead of being cast with an alloy to harden them, ahead of three grains of Bullseye, a powder fast enough to burn almost completely within the snubbie's short barrel.