Definition of Cannoned

1. a. Furnished with cannon.



Definition of Cannoned

1. Verb. (past of cannon) ¹

2. Adjective. (poetic) Furnished with cannon. ¹

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Definition of Cannoned

1. cannon [v] - See also: cannon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cannoned

cannon cracker
cannon fire
cannon fodder
cannon sound
cannon wave
cannonade
cannonaded
cannonades
cannonading
cannonball
cannonball along
cannonball pulse
cannonballed
cannonballing
cannoned (current term)
cannoneer
cannoneering
cannoneers
cannoning
cannonite
cannonlike
cannonries
cannonry
cannons
cannot
cannot but
canns
cannula
cannulae

Literary usage of Cannoned

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1. The Life and Letters of Alfred Ainger by Edith Helen Sichel (1906)
"... not even blushin', " He'd then have cannoned off the cushion.'" As to his mere quickness in retort—his feats in rhyme—we might multiply the instances, ..."

2. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1903)
"Apropos of being cannoned into, I once had a day with the South Herefordshire, when a native cannoned me three times in one day. ..."

3. Correspondence Addressed to Sidney Colvin: November 1890 to October 1894 by Robert Louis Stevenson, Sidney Colvin (1896)
"... reared, cannoned into me, cannoned into Belle and the lad, and bolted for home. It really might and ought to have been an Ai catastrophe; ..."

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