fusile


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fu·sile

 (fyo͞o′zəl, -zīl′)
adj.
1. Capable of being fused; fusible.
2. Archaic Formed by melting or casting.

[Middle English, from Latin fūsilis, from fūsus, past participle of fundere, to melt; see gheu- in Indo-European roots.]

fusile

(ˈfjuːzaɪl) or

fusil

adj
1. (Chemistry) easily melted; fusible
2. (Metallurgy) formed by casting or melting; founded
[C14: from Latin fūsilis molten, from fundere to pour out, melt]
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