the simultaneous firing of a number of firearms
(aeronautical) The main body of an aerospace vehicle; the long central structure of an aircraft to which the wings (or rotors), tail, and engines are attached, and which accommodates crew and cargo.
(by extension) a rapid outburst
The central, approximately cylindrical portion of an airplane which carries the passengers, crew, and cargo. It usually forms the main structural portion of an airplane, and to it are typically attached the wings, tail, and sometimes the engines. In single-propeller airplanes, the propeller is typically fixed at the front of the fuselage, although variants have been produced with the propeller at the rear. Some airplanes have no fuselage, properly so called.
to fire, or attack with, a fusillade
the central body of an airplane that is designed to accommodate the crew and passengers (or cargo)
A simultaneous discharge of firearms.
The fuselage (; from the French fuselé ) is an aircraft's main body section. It holds crew, passengers, or cargo.
To shoot down of shoot at by a simultaneous discharge of firearms.
rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms;
‘our fusillade from the left flank caught them by surprise’;
attack with fusillade
A fusillade is the simultaneous and continuous firing of a group of firearms on command. It stems from the French word fusil, meaning firearm, and fusiller meaning to shoot.In the context of military tactics, the term is generally used to refer to a type of organized and concentrated gunfire from a military unit armed with small arms, and initiated by a command from a commanding officer.