Use Blunderbuss in a sentence
Meaning: [noun]1. an ancient weapon2. a clumsy person ;
Mocked as a blunderbuss , he was in fact a meticulous manager.
The Chef shoots it down with his blunderbuss.
Throughout the 18th century many blunderbusses in both brass and steel barrels were manufactured.
The Indians were armed with a few old Spanish blunderbuss muskets and with bows and arrows.
He described minimum pricing as a ” blunderbuss ” of a policy that would punish people indiscriminately.
Osborne , by contrast, was immediately hit by a blunderbuss of angry, condescending and bilious tweets.
People were firing blunderbusses.
The blunderbuss could be considered an early shotgun, and served in similar roles.
Despite being a gentle soul, she’s amazingly adept at getting a good laugh at the expense of her blunderbuss of a husband, George.