A glimmer of a smile came to her face, and she raised the blunderbuss, pointing it full at my breast.
With this hurried adjuration, he cocked his blunderbuss, and stood on the offensive.
We found old Thomas waiting at the hall door with his blunderbuss on his shoulder.
However, a sensible man holds no long discussions with a blunderbuss.
From the days of the Maxim gun and the Lee-Metford to the days of the howitzer and the blunderbuss.
But always this man stolidly faced me with the yawning mouth of the blunderbuss.
No, no,—my blunderbuss is loaded, and 66 the villains cannot escape.
"Here approaches Strammers in quest of his blunderbuss," she answered calmly.
Who cou'd divine your Meaning, when you talk'd of a blunderbuss, who thought of a Rendevous?
“I almost believe that the blunderbuss was the tool of the Hill crowd,” she said angrily.
1650s, from Dutch donderbus, from donder "thunder" (Middle Dutch doner, donder, from Proto-Germanic *thunaraz; see thunder (n.)) + bus "gun" (originally "box, tube"); altered by resemblance to blunder.