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fusile

fusil

/ (ˈfjuːzaɪl) /
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adjective
easily melted; fusible
formed by casting or melting; founded
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Word Origin for fusile

C14: from Latin fūsilis molten, from fundere to pour out, melt
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How to use fusile in a sentence

  • Water, again, admits in the first place of a division into two kinds; the one liquid and the other fusile.

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