Free use was made of lachrymatory shell, our first taste of it.
Your uncle is great in the lachrymatory line, Clive Newcome.
Fritz bombarded us often with lachrymatory shells, the tear-inducing variety, and this was most unpleasant, but nothing more.
Gas and lachrymatory shells thrown into Courcelette and Pozires.
Roman vessels—a red thing that might have been a lamp, another that might have been a lachrymatory.
These specimens embrace not only rich gems and mosaic work, but also fine examples of the lachrymatory vase.
He had found a lachrymatory, too, a relic of an ancient Christian; and many bones of holy martyrs.
Gas shells, lachrymatory shells and Flammenwerfer were as old-fashioned as high explosives and shrapnel.
Opening my door, I encountered the not unpleasant smell of lachrymatory gas.
Alluding to the lachrymatory vials, or bottles of tears, which the Romans sometimes put into the urn of a friend.
lachrymatory lach·ry·ma·to·ry (lāk'rə-mə-tôr'ē)
Variant of lacrimatory.