[fyoo-zuh-leer] /ˌfyu zəˈlɪər/
a member of a British regiment formerly armed with .
(formerly) an infantryman armed with a light musket
1670s, “soldier armed with a musket,” from French fusilier, from Old French fusil “musket,” earlier “steel for a tinderbox,” from Vulgar Latin *focilis (petra) “(stone) producing fire,” from Latin focus “hearth,” in Vulgar Latin “fire” (see focus (n.)). Retained by certain regiments of the British army that were formerly armed with fusils.
[fyoo-suh-leyd, -lahd, -zuh-] /ˈfyu səˌleɪd, -ˌlɑd, -zə-/ noun 1. a simultaneous or continuous discharge of firearms. 2. a general discharge or outpouring of anything: a fusillade of questions. verb (used with object), fusilladed, fusillading. 3. to attack or shoot by a fusillade. /ˌfjuːzɪˈleɪd; -ˈlɑːd/ noun 1. a simultaneous or rapid continual discharge of firearms 2. […]
[fyoo-see-lee, -sil-ee] /fyuˈsi li, -ˈsɪl i/ noun 1. a type of pasta twisted into corkscrew or spiral shapes. /fʊˈziːlɪ; fjʊˈziːlɪ/ noun 1. pasta in the form of short spirals
fusimotor fu·si·mo·tor (fyōō’zə-mō’tər) adj. Relating to the motor innervation of intrafusal muscle fibers by efferent neurons of the gray matter of the spinal cord.
[foo-sin] /ˈfuˈsɪn/ noun, Older Spelling. 1. .