Definition of Bowshot. Meaning of Bowshot. Synonyms of Bowshot

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Definition of Bowshot

Bowshot
Bowshot Bow"shot`, n. The distance traversed by an arrow shot from a bow.

Meaning of Bowshot from wikipedia

- large degrees of freedom to vary the elevation and direction of their bowshot but makes it difficult for attackers to harm the archer since there is...
- constructed of tuff and tiling, forty feet high, with 44 strong towers at bowshot intervals. The m****ive round corner tower that still crowns the Vatican...
- extended, deep and broad, That from the highway, where men rode, Was full a bowshot either side. The lines in Barbour also indicate that King Robert dug three...
- the earthquake which took place in 1301, when the Nile cast its boats a bowshot on the land and the walls of Alexandria were thrown down. Note: The reference...
- BC. Adam Hook (illustrator). Osprey Publishing. p. 6. ISBN 1-85532-867-4. "The Bowshot and Marathon". Journal of ****enic Studies (90): 197–198. 1970....
- horn at the center. The Sword Bridge connects the island to a causeway, a bowshot away, which leads to the mainland. In Meleagan's day, many men were beheaded...
- tight, dense formations of about 16 ranks each, and were positioned a bowshot length from each other. Albret, Boucicaut and almost all the leading noblemen...
- instructed his two culverins to open fire; since the guns were out of effective bowshot range, the English archers were unable to respond, and left their positions...
- accounts that Hagar set a dying Ismael underneath a bush and then sat down a bowshot distance's away as to not watch him die, and when he began to cry, God...
- the exposed oxen, which the Goths had so thoughtlessly brought within bowshot distance from the walls. The oxen were dispatched quickly, and the four...