shoot one's cuffs

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The maroon cuff of a man’s shirt visible beyond the sleeve of his jacket

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shoot one's cuffs (third-person singular simple present shoots one's cuffs, present participle shooting one's cuffs, simple past and past participle shot one's cuffs)

  1. To straighten one's arms with a sudden movement to make the cuffs of one's shirt appear beyond the sleeves of one's coat or jacket.

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