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  • quarreller quarrelsome From Middle English as "square-headed bolt for a crossbow" c.1225, from Old French quarel (modern French carreau), from Vulgar Latin
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  • A flip-flop electronic circuit (obsolete) A latching. (obsolete) A crossbow. (obsolete) That which fastens or holds; a lace; a snare. (Can we find
    4 KB (303 words) - 08:38, 28 September 2015
  • plumbing. The hammer of a firearm trigger mechanism. The notch of an arrow or crossbow. (slang, vulgar) The penis. 1971, William S. Burroughs, The Wild Boys:
    15 KB (904 words) - 16:58, 3 October 2015
  • to be fired from or as if from a catapult to have one's status increased rapidly ballista crossbow onager siege engine trebuchet, trebucket
    5 KB (395 words) - 04:49, 6 September 2015
  • though deprecated by experts) a short arrow, intended to be shot from a crossbow or a catapult. A lightning spark, i.e., a lightning bolt. A sudden event
    16 KB (1,175 words) - 00:42, 2 October 2015
  • (military) An ancient engine of war analogous to the crossbow and ballista. (obsolete) The winch of a crossbow. [14th-19th c.] (chiefly nautical) The handle
    12 KB (798 words) - 20:49, 30 June 2015
  • Bertram de Gordon, standing on the castle wall, levelled a quarrel out of a crossbow. 1879, Richard Jefferies, The Amateur Poacher, chapter1: But then I had
    22 KB (1,255 words) - 18:50, 4 October 2015
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    24 KB (1,026 words) - 17:26, 27 September 2015
  • on: gun Wikipedia From Middle English Lady Gunilda which was a huge crossbow that used powerful shot. It later became used for firearms like cannons
    18 KB (989 words) - 14:30, 7 October 2015