fusillade fusillade  /ˈfju sɪ ˌleɪd/


  1. (n) rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms
  2. (v) attack with fusillade



  1. But a fusillade of machine-gun fire stopped him on the grating; hit by seven bullets in the head and neck, he crumpled to the ground.
  2. The fusillade of shotgun pellets and dumdum bullets went on for six minutes.
  3. Immediately a fusillade of photographers' camera bulbs went off, and the frightened Caroline turned away.



  • ADL National Director Abraham H. Foxman said, "From Gaza to Ramallah, from Bahrain to Damascus, from Cairo to Riyadh, the press has unleashed a fusillade of virulent anti-Jewish images accusing Senators Barack Obama and John McCain as handmaidens of...
    on Jul 23, 2008 By: Abraham Foxman Source: Ynetnews

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