cannonball[ kan-uh n-bawl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cannonball
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"A doctor will be down on 'the Cannonball' about five o'clock," he added.
When the soldier is hit by a cannonball, rags are as becoming as purple.
His head was shot off by a cannonball just as his regiment was charging at the bridge.
The Moravians held their immersion baptismal ceremonies in the Cannonball.
For the next three seconds you could have heard a cannonball drop.
At first I thought a cannonball' d knocked my whole head off.
Who was, then, the important personage struck by a French cannonball?
Being laid about six feet thick, a cannonball could not have penetrated.
Underhill, left alone, sat for some moments looking from the broken table to the cannonball and then back again.
They must have been sheltered altogether from our fire, for among the dead I did not see one who had been killed by a cannonball.