canister[ kan-uh-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF canister
Synonyms for canister
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANISTER
Then we had no quarters at all, being perfectly exposed to grape and canister.
The shells and the grape and the canister and the bullets are smashing through them.
Roll it thin, cut it into little cakes with a wine glass, or the top of a canister, and bake them fifteen minutes on tin plates.
The storm of canister caused them to waver a little, but that was all.
This done, the grape and canister told with fearful execution.
Poague's section opened with canister at one hundred and fifty yards.
I have brought this canister of powder at his request; but he is nowhere to be seen.
The other had a grape or canister (p. 328) sent through his ankle.
They are shrivelled sticks—like bits of black tea in the canister.
"Canister shot: just the thing for us," interposed the officer.