concentrated fire

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Synonyms for concentrated fire

fire from two or more weapons directed at a single target or area (as fire by batteries of two or more warships)


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The hot burning gases and flames are channeled up through the logs creating a super hot concentrated fire.
The objective is efficient gunning, not concentrated fire on a couple birds.
An army officer at the front line said troops directed concentrated fire at buildings known to house militants in the camp.
The Taliban understood the nature of the kicking they were getting from this one-man army and concentrated fire on him, turning his Land Rover into something more reminiscent of a tea strainer.
In 1885, at the battle of Cut Knife Hill and later at Batoche, concentrated fire from Gatling guns, under the command of United States Army Captain Howard, had provided critical covering fire to allow movement of the militia forces advancing against, and retreating from, the Metis and Indian opposition.
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