[muhz-uh l-loh-der] /ˈmʌz əlˌloʊ dər/
a firearm that is loaded through the .
a firearm receiving its ammunition through the muzzle
[muhz-ler] /ˈmʌz lər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. Also called nose ender. Nautical. a strong opposing wind. noun A police officer [1930s+; probably fr muzzle, ”get, take,” attested from the mid-19th century]
noun, Ordnance. 1. the speed of a projectile, usually expressed in feet or meters per second, as it leaves the muzzle of a gun. noun 1. the velocity of a projectile as it leaves a firearm’s muzzle
[muhz-uh l] /ˈmʌz əl/ noun 1. the mouth, or end for discharge, of the barrel of a gun, pistol, etc. 2. the projecting part of the head of an animal, including jaws, mouth, and nose. 3. a device, usually an arrangement of straps or wires, placed over an animal’s mouth to prevent the animal from […]
[muhz-ee] /ˈmʌz i/ adjective, muzzier, muzziest. Informal. 1. confused; muddled. 2. dull; mentally hazy. /ˈmʌzɪ/ adjective -zier, -ziest 1. blurred, indistinct, or hazy 2. confused, muddled, or befuddled adj. “confused, dazed,” 1720s, perhaps from mossy, or from dialectal mosey (adj.) “moldy, hazy; stupefied with drink, dull, stupid.”