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Cannonade

ˌkanəˈneɪd

Meanings of Cannonade:

noun

A period of continuous heavy gunfire.

Usage examples:

The french attack began with a cannonade
verb

Discharge heavy guns continuously.

Usage examples:

Gunboats on the amur cannonaded during the night

Cannonaded

ˌkanəˈneɪd

Meanings of Cannonaded:

verb

Discharge heavy guns continuously.

Usage examples:

Gunboats on the amur cannonaded during the night
noun

A period of continuous heavy gunfire.

Usage examples:

The french attack began with a cannonade

Cannonades

ˌkanəˈneɪd

Meanings of Cannonades:

noun

A period of continuous heavy gunfire.

Usage examples:

The french attack began with a cannonade
verb

Discharge heavy guns continuously.

Usage examples:

Gunboats on the amur cannonaded during the night

Cannonading

ˌkanəˈneɪd

Meanings of Cannonading:

verb

Discharge heavy guns continuously.

Usage examples:

Gunboats on the amur cannonaded during the night
noun

The action or activity of continuously discharging heavy guns.

Usage examples:

The daily cannonading continued

Meanings of Cannonarchy:

noun

Government, or the seizing of power, by the use of cannon; an instance of this.

Cannonball

ˈkæn.ən.bɔːl

Meanings of Cannonball:

noun

A round metal or stone projectile fired from a cannon.

Usage examples:

Mortars, as seen in the top right and bottom left hand pictures, were used to fire cannonballs over…

Cannonballs

ˈkæn.ən.bɔːl

Meanings of Cannonballs:

noun

A round metal or stone projectile fired from a cannon.

Usage examples:

Mortars, as seen in the top right and bottom left hand pictures, were used to fire cannonballs over…

Meanings of Cannoned:

verb

Collide with something forcefully or at an angle.

Usage examples:

The couple behind almost cannoned into us
noun

A large, heavy piece of artillery, typically mounted on wheels, formerly used in warfare.

Usage examples:

They would cross at the town ford, under cover of the defending cannon

Meanings of Cannoneer:

noun

An artilleryman who positioned and fired a cannon.

Usage examples:

It was later in the peninsular campaign that taps were first played at a military funeral after an …

Cannoneers

kanəˈnɪə

Meanings of Cannoneers:

noun

An artilleryman who positioned and fired a cannon.

Usage examples:

It was later in the peninsular campaign that taps were first played at a military funeral after an …

Meanings of Cannoning:

verb

Collide with something forcefully or at an angle.

Usage examples:

The couple behind almost cannoned into us
noun

A large, heavy piece of artillery, typically mounted on wheels, formerly used in warfare.

Usage examples:

They would cross at the town ford, under cover of the defending cannon

Cannonries

ˈkanənri

Meanings of Cannonries:

noun

The use or discharge of cannon; artillery.

Usage examples:

The technology of cannonry may have been more influential on galileo's science than the other way a…

Cannonry

ˈkanənri

Meanings of Cannonry:

noun

The use or discharge of cannon; artillery.

Usage examples:

The technology of cannonry may have been more influential on galileo's science than the other way a…

Cannons

ˈkæn.ən

Meanings of Cannons:

noun

A large, heavy piece of artillery, typically mounted on wheels, formerly used in warfare.

Usage examples:

They would cross at the town ford, under cover of the defending cannon
verb

Collide with something forcefully or at an angle.

Usage examples:

The couple behind almost cannoned into us

Meanings of Cannot:

contraction

Can not.

Usage examples:

We just cannot afford it

Cannula

ˈkæn.jə.lə

Meanings of Cannula:

noun

A thin tube inserted into a vein or body cavity to administer medication, drain off fluid, or insert a surgical instrument.

Usage examples:

An intravenous cannula is inserted and fluids are administered directly into the circulation.

Cannulae

ˈkanjʊlə

Meanings of Cannulae:

noun

A thin tube inserted into a vein or body cavity to administer medication, drain off fluid, or insert a surgical instrument.

Usage examples:

An intravenous cannula is inserted and fluids are administered directly into the circulation.

Meanings of Cannular:

adjective

Of the form or nature of a cannula; tubular, hollow; = "cannulated". also: designating a trocar contained in a cannula (now rare); of or relating to a cannula.

Cannulas

ˈkæn.jə.lə

Meanings of Cannulas:

noun

A thin tube inserted into a vein or body cavity to administer medication, drain off fluid, or insert a surgical instrument.

Usage examples:

An intravenous cannula is inserted and fluids are administered directly into the circulation.

Cannulate

ˈkanjʊleɪt

Meanings of Cannulate:

verb

Introduce a cannula or thin tube into (a vein or body cavity).

Usage examples:

A jugular vein was cannulated to allow drug administration intravenously

Meanings of Cannulated:

verb

Introduce a cannula or thin tube into (a vein or body cavity).

Usage examples:

A jugular vein was cannulated to allow drug administration intravenously

Cannulating

ˈkanjʊleɪt

Meanings of Cannulating:

verb

Introduce a cannula or thin tube into (a vein or body cavity).

Usage examples:

A jugular vein was cannulated to allow drug administration intravenously

Canny

ˈkæn.i

Meanings of Canny:

adjective

Having or showing shrewdness and good judgement, especially in money or business matters.

Usage examples:

Canny investors will switch banks if they think they are getting a raw deal

Meanings of Canoe:

noun

A light, narrow boat with pointed ends and no keel, propelled with a paddle or paddles.

Usage examples:

Instruction is given in the use of kayaks, two-seater canoes and motor boats.
verb

Travel in or paddle a canoe.

Usage examples:

He had once canoed down the nile

Meanings of Canoed:

verb

Travel in or paddle a canoe.

Usage examples:

He had once canoed down the nile
noun

A light, narrow boat with pointed ends and no keel, propelled with a paddle or paddles.

Usage examples:

Instruction is given in the use of kayaks, two-seater canoes and motor boats.

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