Informal British phrase that means "to get (or be) rid of".

be shot of someone/something
get shot of someone/something -- to get rid of someone or something.
No, my jerk boyfriend and I broke up a few months ago. Don't worry, I'm well shot of him.
by b33wbs December 26, 2013
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Muligan and Lafayette: We? Fought with him
John Laurnes: Me? I died for him.
George Washington: Me? I trusted him.
Angelica Schuyler, Eliza Hamilton, and Maria Reynolds: Me? I loved him.
Aaron Burrow: And me? I'm the damn fool that shot him.
by Deadmememan September 24, 2020
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Originally derived from a response to a low budget, cinematic attempt at fake blood splatter resembling BBQ sauce, the phrase can also be applied as an reaction to any botched effort.
Yo, did you see that girl reject that guy's pick up line in front of all his bros? She shot him right in the sauce!
by Nacholiferaft November 11, 2021
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