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Definition of fuzee

fuzee
Fuse Fuse, n. [For fusee, fusil. See 2d Fusil.] (Gunnery, Mining, etc.) A tube or casing filled with combustible matter, by means of which a charge of powder is ignited, as in blasting; -- called also fuzee. See Fuze. Fuse hole, the hole in a shell prepared for the reception of the fuse. --Farrow.

Meaning of fuzee from wikipedia

- Fusee or fusée may refer to: Fusee (horology), a component of a clock Flare, a pyrotechnic device sometimes called a Fusee Fusee, an old word for "flintlock...
- the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Voisenon, Claude Henri de Fuzée, Abbé de". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press...
- to the firearm. Later flintlock firearms were sometimes called fusils or fuzees. Prior to the appearance of the serpentine lever by around 1411, handguns...
- tip which had to be broken to start the reaction. Samuel Jones introduced fuzees for lighting cigars and pipes in 1832. A similar invention was patented...
- pin (12s), 76 watch barrels and harbours (15s), 66 great watch wheels and fuzees (24s), 21 cantright watch wheels (2s), 237 small watch pins (16s), 248 watch...
- "Fuze", on the other hand, is the shortened or modern method of spelling "fuzee", meaning a tube filled with combustible material. It is a derivation of...
- Henderson recalled him walking across the front of the Jacobite lines "with a Fuzee in his Hand" to try and tempt the British troops into opening fire. Following...
- Burning Man. In August 1994, at SOMAR Gallery in San Francisco, Adrienne Fuzee curated a show called "Primal Edge" that featured works from Desert Siteworks...
- jardinier supposé opéra comique 1 act Charles-Simon Favart and Claude-Henri de Fuzée de Voisenon 2 September 1769 Paris, Comédie-Italienne, Bourgogne La Rosière...
- Moncrif, Pierre-Claude Nivelle de La Chaussée, Alexis Piron, Claude Henri de Fuzée de Voisenon, and others – as well as nobles who enjo**** their company and...
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