gunfire

[ guhn-fahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF gunfire
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The defenses of Liege were hardly worth an enemy's gunfire before 1890.

The captain and three seamen—one an American—were killed by the gunfire.

In eastern Galicia the gunfire was lively only in the Brzezany sector.

So we have agreed to exchange a message at gunfire if 'all is well.'

The air was filled with the cracking of gunfire and the deep, savage snarling of the prowlers.

Despite the protecting carton, they went off with crackings like gunfire.

Ahead of us the enemy broke into a crackle of gunfire, not very heavy.

The bedroom air was heavy with the smoke of gunfire, and the light was dim.

At about 6.34 (J) his flagship, the Invincible, was sunk by gunfire.

In each case they were favored by fog and the effect of their gunfire.

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