field goal

(redirected from Free shot)
Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for field goal

a score in American football

a score in basketball made by throwing the ball through the hoop

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
"I think it's a free shot, Kerry have a free shot at this because everybody in the whole country reckons that Dublin are going to win this.
With 0:23 seconds James Mwangi nailed two free shots and Bosire added another before Mwangi iced it with a swish.
That dude will do anything for a free shot of soy milk
"For me, it was a free shot from 12 yards, a free goal.
With his 'mulligan' - or free shot - granted, Campbell went into this morning's final round sharing the lead with Miguel Angel Jimenez on 10 under par.
His chip found Miller eight yards out and only a fine tackle by Andrew Atkinson prevented a free shot on goal.
"It'sapoor goal toconcede again, we've gone to sleep on a set piece and given them a free shot. There are so few games where I don't havetodosomethingdrasticandto be honest I'm running out of ideas to get points."
But when it came to an uncontested, free shot, Whitworth made only 60% against the U.
Joshua Lee Phillips Free shot himself once in the neck in an unfinished crawl space beneath the house at 715 E.
In addition, add to your "must-attend" list our free SHOT Show Seminar, "Selling To Law Enforcement," to be held Friday, Feb.
But that acid doesn't have to get a free shot. Use NSN 6160-01-389-1966 to get a roll of battery box liner for tactical, CCE/MHE and combat equipment.
* Free Throw: A free shot at the basket taken when a player from the opposing team commits a foul.
The Union Arms, 68 High St Everyone who has made the effort to dress up for Halloween gets a free shot.
"You get a free shot for every nipple exposed!" he screamed, to cheers from the men in the crowd.
He also claims United have a free shot at Cabella at the moment with Paris St-Germain yet to register any interest in the playmaker.