How to Pronounce muzzleloading?

Correct pronunciation for the word "muzzleloading" is [mˈʌzə͡llˌə͡ʊdɪŋ], [mˈʌzə‍llˌə‍ʊdɪŋ], [m_ˈʌ_z_əl_l_ˌəʊ_d_ɪ_ŋ].

What are the misspellings for muzzleloading?

  • muzle-loading,
  • muzzle-loding,
  • muzzle-loading,
  • muzzel-loading,
  • nuzzleloading,
  • kuzzleloading,
  • juzzleloading,
  • myzzleloading,
  • mhzzleloading,
  • mjzzleloading,
  • mizzleloading,
  • m8zzleloading,
  • m7zzleloading,
  • muxzleloading,
  • muszleloading,
  • muazleloading,
  • muzxleloading,
  • muzzlloading,
  • Muzzloading,
  • muzzele loading

"Muzzleloading" in context

Muzzleloading is a traditional way of shooting that harkens back to decades and centuries gone by. It involves using a gun that is loaded through the muzzle, or front of the barrel, with a projectile and propellant like gunpowder. Depending on the gun, this can be done either by hand or with a special tool known as a loader. Loading a muzzleloader is a slower process than shooting a modern firearm and requires more skill, but for some shooters the tradition and challenge are a big part of the appeal. Muzzleloaders can range from small pistols to large muskets and rifles, depending on the era and usage.

Usage over time for muzzleloading:

This graph shows how "muzzleloading" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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