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How to use petronel in a sentence
It was, it struck me, from a petronel, or some small piece of ordnance such as merchantmen carried in those days.Hurricane Hurry|W.H.G. Kingston
Petronel, pet′ro-nel, n. a large horse-pistol: a small carbine.
“We will resist them to the last,” said Guy Fawkes, drawing a petronel.
He sprang up, striking the table with the palm of his hand until it sounded like the shot of a petronel.The Golden Dog|William Kirby
This done, he planted himself in front of the panel, and with a petronel in each hand, menaced his opponents.