fusile definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Formed by melting or casting.
- Capable of being fused; fusible.
Origin: Middle English, from Latin fūsilis, from fūsus, past participle of fundere, to melt; see gheu- in Indo-European roots.
Variant of fusil
- fusible or fusing
- fused; melted
- made by melting and molding, or casting; founded
Origin: Classical Latin fusilis ; from fusus: see fuse