a continued discharge of cannon, especially during an attack.
an attack, as of invective or censure, suggestive of cannon fire; barrage.
to attack continuously with or as if with cannon.
to discharge like continuous cannon fire.
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an intense and continuous artillery bombardment
to attack (a target) with cannon
a continued discharge of cannon, especially during an attack. an attack, as of invective or censure, suggestive of cannon fire; barrage. to attack continuously with or as if with cannon. to discharge like continuous cannon fire. Historical Examples Red Fleece Will Levington Comfort The Long Roll Mary Johnston War Days in Brittany Elsie Deming Jarves […]
a South American tree, Couroupita guianensis, bearing round, woody-husked fruit whose shells are used to make containers and utensils.
Cape, a cape in SE Canada, the NE extremity of Nova Scotia. Strait of, Also called Gut of Canso. a channel in SE Canada that separates mainland Nova Scotia from Cape Breton Island, flowing NW from the Atlantic Ocean to Northumberland Strait. About 17 miles (27 km) long and 1 mile (1.6 km) wide. Historical […]