Definition of miss-and-out in US English:

miss-and-out

noun

US
Shooting
  • A shooting competition from which a person must retire after one miss. Now chiefly attributive.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Forest and Stream: a weekly journal of the rod and gun. From miss or miss + and + out [preposition, interjection].

Pronunciation

miss-and-out

/ˌmɪs(ə)n(d)ˈaʊt/