Definition of cannonry in English:

cannonry

Line breaks: can|non¦ry
Pronunciation: /ˈkanənri
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The use or discharge of cannon; artillery.
More example sentences
  • The technology of cannonry may have been more influential on Galileo's science than the other way around.
  • The chief becomes fixated on getting gunpowder so that he can use some captured cannonry on a rival tribe, but the Frenchman's services in this regard don't change the chief's basic contempt for him.
  • Music, emotion, honesty - these are the true weapons, cannonry against which all defences are rendered useless.

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