deadeye deadeye


  1. (n) a dead shot
  2. (n) (nautical) a round hardwood disk with holes and a grooved perimeter used to tighten a shroud


  1. Still, the game was tied: Indianapolis' deadeye kicker, Mike Vanderjagt, had a last-second, 46-yard attempt to knot it up.
  2. Thirty-six years after his death, the Hearstwhile artist is now recognized for his deadeye accuracy of detail as almost a major historian.
  3. Ames, a deadeye natural athlete who can hit a bull's-eye from 20 paces with a bowie knife, went on the Carson program as a guest.


  • Lots of interest in Mike Miller, with Durant, Marc Gasol recruiting him

    This has been one of the dominant themes of this offseason — good shooters have value. Guys like J.J. Redick and Kyle Korver are getting longer deals (four years) well over the average NBA salary because they are deadeye shooters. Meanwhile, if you dominate the ball and are not an efficient shooter you find the…
    on July 21, 2013     Source: NBC Sports: ProBasketballTalk

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  1. "When he first came into this league he was an amazing shooter, deadeye," said Richard Jefferson, one of San Antonio's newcomers. "If he gets his feet set it's pretty much going in. I think that as team's started adjusting ...... his...
    on Dec 8, 2009 By: Richard Jefferson Source:

  2. Chabon described the book as "a loose-knit Bronx myth cycle . . . that reads like a bunch of twice-told tales honed and crafted to wow upstaters" and includes a blend of "the preposterous with deadeye detail".
    on Aug 15, 2008 By: Michael Chabon Source:

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