Definition of Fusile

1. a. Same as Fusil, a.



Definition of Fusile

1. formed by melting [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fusile

fusibly
fusidane
fusidate sodium
fusidic
fusidic acid
fusiform
fusiform aneurysm
fusiform cataract
fusiform cells of cerebral cortex
fusiform gyri
fusiform gyrus
fusiform gyruses
fusiform layer
fusiform muscle
fusil
fusile (current term)
fusileer
fusileers
fusilier
fusiliers
fusillade
fusilladed
fusillades
fusillading
fusilli
fusillis
fusils
fusimotor
fusing
fusing point

Literary usage of Fusile

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1. The Dialogues of Plato by Plato (1907)
"Water, again, is of two kinds, liquid and fusile. The liquid is composed of small and unequal particles, the fusile is composed of larger and more equal ..."

2. Typographical antiquities: an historical account of printing in England by Joseph Ames (1810)
"There can be little doubt that Caxton used fusile metal types, and not wooden ones, whether separate, or cut in blocks : nor is there the least reason to be ..."

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