fieldpiece


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fieldpiece

(ˈfiːldˌpiːs)
n
(Military) a former name for field gun
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The blond noncommissioned officer, who was sitting at the base of a fieldpiece as he ate from his mess tin, looked up and pointed at me with his spoon.
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Some were even stamped on the right front of their slides with small images of the famed French 75mm fieldpiece, a clever marketing ploy guaranteed to appeal to Gallic pride.
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The gun, a 6-pounder fieldpiece, was delivered and set up July 2, 1863, and used that year during Independence Day exercises.
The editor roared like a fieldpiece and then said wait a minute--wasn't it true that she had just subscribed for the paper?
34) The importance of gunnery training and high-quality powder can be seen at the Battle of San Gabriel, when Robert Stockton, a trained naval gunner, took personal command of one of the fieldpieces and destroyed a Californio cannon with a single shot.