CORBEILS

, in Fortification, are little baskets about a foot and a half high, 8 inches broad at the bottom, and 12 at the top; which being filled with earth, are set against one another on the parapet, or elsewhere, leaving certain port-holes, from whence to fire under cover upon the enemy.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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* CORBEILS
CORBEL
CORBET
CORDON
CORDS
CORIDOR