- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fuze.
“I would welcome a discussion about the IRS 'proper place in the cosmos, but that is perhaps a bit off-topic ... fuzed”
“Alas, this is not the current state of things. fuzed”
“At least were getting a good man for the job. fuzed”
“It took 200 proximity fuzed 5″/38s to down a single Kamikaze.”
“Best platform would be the XM-109 payload rifle with air-fuzed and HEAP rounds.”
“All HE bombs will be fuzed for the best destructive effect against buildings, gas and water mains, and electric cables.”
“The battalion also includes fuze jammers that deploy to protect high-value assets from artillery proximity-fuzed munitions.”
“In a way, in fact, the gap was filled momentarily by the action of the gunners - their 155 mm VT fuzed shells burst scything the slope, slaying the dismounted enemy infantry and temporarily bringing all movement to a halt.”
“I knew I had an instantaneously fuzed load of bombs that would do little damage to the tracks or to rolling stock, but I also knew that there was a dandy choke point with a bunch of transshipment buildings at the far end of the yards that would be Ideal targets for this load.”
“After the powder has been emptied through the funnel out of the cotton bag into the chamber, the bomb, loaded and fuzed, is to be carefully lowered into the bore by the hooks, and allowed to rest upon the charge.”
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