Definition of musket in English:
An infantryman’s light gun with a long barrel, typically smooth-bored and fired from the shoulder: [as modifier]: a volley of musket fire
More example sentences
- She held a musket and fired several shots, each hitting their marks.
- Instead, he saw the men walking calmly, saw them carefully scanning the terrain ahead of them, muskets ready to fire.
- I tried to sleep, but the echo of the musket fire woke me from my light slumber and pierced my heart with panic.
Definition of musket in:
- US English dictionary
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