In Europe it became more popular than the French mitrailleuse.
From it came a heavy rifle and mitrailleuse fire, but we did not respond.
We have the cuirassiers and the Turcos and ninety-six guns besides the mitrailleuse.
It was called a mitrailleuse, or a gun for firing grape-shot.
To save myself from a second dive I clutched hold of the mitrailleuse.
The words burst out from Sibley like bullets from a mitrailleuse.
Only those who have danced to its music can know what the mitrailleuse means.
And he drew Allerdyce off the top of the mitrailleuse as one might gather a wet rag.
We examined the mitrailleuse, of which the world has heard so much of late.
As soon as the soldiers were within range she discharged the mitrailleuse at them.