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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of cannonade

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of cannonade:
/kænənejd/

Derived Form of cannonade

noun
plural: cannonades
verb
third person: cannonades
past: cannonaded
past participle: cannonaded
present participle: cannonading
Noun
1
intense and continuous artillery fire
Synonymsdrumfire,
Type ofartillery fire, cannon fire,
Verb
1
attack with canons or artillery
Type ofassail, attack,

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  1. But despite the terrible French cannonade, Austrian Third Korps and Grenadiers of the
  2. Yet despite this persisting cannonade and detonating the scuttling charges by her crew,
  3. a full cannonade blasting from the ships every
  4. - To the sounds of the artillery cannonade, the Syrian army begins an operation to completely block Maarat al-Numan
  5. The prolonged and ineffective cannonade was interrupted when Bathory ordered a massive
  6. I walk and sing, and that music is much nicer than the cannonade.
  7. German cannonade...
  8. We heard a cannonade yesterday and that's all.
  9. One hundred fifty guns make up their cannonade.
  10. So that cannonade wouldn't be heard. We need to think inside the headquarters. Yes? For you.
  11. cannonade from the land. On the 23rd 6 ships were sent to bombard the forts at the mouth
  12. The prolonged and ineffective cannonade was interrupted when Bathory ordered a massive
  13. The dawn silence was about to be broken by a deafening cannonade.
  14. manning the cannonade and everything like that.
  15. his attentions to the advancing right. At 8AM, the cannonade began. The French and Bengalis