Definition of shooting box in English:

shooting box

Line breaks: shoot|ing box

noun

British
  • A lodge used by hunters in the shooting season.
    More example sentences
    • As I reach the shooting box I focus first on stepping into the shooting box and hitting my marker with the strong side leg.
    • The house itself, a mere shooting box of about fifteen rooms, built in the style of the last century, had an air of neglect.
    • Or they reach the next shooting box still fumbling with a reload.

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