noun, plural mi·trail·leuses [mee-tra-yœz]. /mi traˈyœz/. French.
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The first of these to be used prominently in warfare was the French mitrailleuse, used by France in the war of 1870-71.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
Even the automobile and auto-mitrailleuse men cannot follow them there.
My good friend of the auto-mitrailleuse smiled, rose, and buttoned up his coat.
It was called a mitrailleuse, or a gun for firing grape-shot.Inventions of the Great War|A. Russell (Alexander Russell) Bond
The words burst out from Sibley like bullets from a mitrailleuse.Where the Path Breaks|Charles de Crspigny