• WordNet 3.6
    • n trapshooting the sport of shooting at clay pigeons that are hurled upward in such a way as to simulate the flight of a bird
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In literature:

It reminded me of trapshooting.
"South Sea Tales" by Jack London

In news:

In a tone much quieter than the blast of a shotgun, Romie Sinnen of New Germany speaks with much modesty about his accomplishments on the trapshooting range.
Just three years after picking up a gun, Grand Island's Taylor Kaufman is a trapshooting world champion.
The Howard family of Bismarck registered 15 shooters for the State Trapshoot that wraps up at the Minot Gun Club today.
Ex-judge rules at trapshooting .
Trapshooting a target of local sportsmen.
Dave Berlet was still in diapers when he attended his first trapshooting championship 65 years ago.
And that's exactly how he became single and doubles champion in the junior division and overall junior champion this year at the Minnesota state trapshoot conducted in Alexandria last month.
Brothers Tim and Dennis Doyle relax between rounds at the Paralyzed ­Veterans of America ­Annual Trapshoot at the Carney Rod and Gun Club in northern Baltimore.
Kalbfus, Pine Grove share Penn-York trapshooting lead.
Trapshooting is one of the best family sports.
Trapshoot handicap set for weekend.
Eagle River's Corey Cogdell, 25, will shoot for her second Olympic medal when she takes part in the Olympic trapshooting competition Aug 4 in London.