noun, plural mi·trail·leuses [mee-tra-yœz] /mi traˈyœz/. French.
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Example sentences from the Web for mitrailleuse
The doctor said that for the warfare of today reliance is mainly upon the mitrailleuse, which fires 300 shots a minute.A Journey Through France in War Time|Joseph G. Butler, Jr.
From it came a heavy rifle and mitrailleuse fire, but we did not respond.A Soldier of the Legion|Edward Morlae
We let loose with mitrailleuse, rifle, field-gun, everything that would throw death.The Valley of Vision|Henry Van Dyke
If you hear rifle fire or mitrailleuse fire on the trenches, then go, as fast as you can run.Young Hilda at the Wars|Arthur Gleason
A bridge had to be blown up, and the whole place was an inferno of mitrailleuse and rifle fire.Tommy Atkins at War|James Alexander Kilpatrick