Recent Examples of trebuchet from the Web
An unathletic, low-scoring wing with a trebuchet shot release will always be a bit of an oddity in the NBA.
The Family Fun Festival after the races from 8 a.m. to noon includes a celebrity softball game, kids fun zone, DJ, Guinness World Record Largest Plinko Board, and the pumpkin smashing trebuchet.
During the serve, the arm and racket function like a trebuchet, and warriors figured out more than 1,000 years ago that a longer launch rope increases velocity.
Pumpkin patch, trebuchet pumpkin launching, hay wagon rides, 2 acre corn maze, hay mountain, farm animals, farm store.
Watch pumpkins being dropped down the world’s largest plinko board and hurled through the air with a trebuchet.
A trebuchet is a sort of sling, like a catapult but with a slightly different functionality.
Like the other trebuchets, Ludgar had been constructed purposefully in their view, and this machine was the most formidable of all.
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Origin and Etymology of trebuchet
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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