To pick off

Definition of To pick off

To pluck; to remove by picking
- Robynson (More's Utopia).
To shoot or bring down, one by one; as, sharpshooters pick off the enemy.

See also: Pick Pick

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To pay attention to
To pay for
To pay off
To pay one in his own coin
To pay one's court
To pay one's duty
To pay one's footing
To pay out
To pay out the cable
To pay scot and lot
To pay the debt of nature
To pay the piper
To peck at
To perfection
To perk it
To pick a bone with
To pick a crow
To pick a quarrel
To pick a thank
To pick at
-To pick off-
To pick out
To pick to pieces
To pick up
To pile arms
To pin one's faith upon
To pinch at
To pinon the sleeve of
To pipe in an ivy leaf
To pitch (a) camp
To pitch into
To place in the background
To play at ducks and drakes
To play booty
To play devil with
To play dummy
To play hob
To play into a person's hands
To play off
To play one's cards
To play one's cards well
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