Accurate, often unexpected verbal or written attack.(noun)
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Use "sharpshooting" in a sentence
"The consequence of the sharpshooting is the "covered-way," which, when applied to these rough and ready temporary lines, means any sort of protection -- trenches, ditches, traverses, piles of earth, here and there, at what have proved to be the danger points, designed and placed so as to protect as far as possible against the sharpshooters."
"At the novel's conclusion, Fritz gives up his sharpshooting ways and becomes a flyfisheman."
"ACC freshman of the year Marissa Kastanek and sharpshooting reserve forward Brittany Strachan provide a perimeter threat for a quiet but dangerous team."