Definition: A ‘fire’ from artillery or musketry which sweeps a line of works or men from one end to the other.
Other: Interesting etymology here: Etymology: < French enfilade , < enfiler to thread on a string, hence to pierce or traverse from end to end, < en- (see en- prefix1) + fil thread..
See: “Uncle Charles, a truly unparalleled slinger of shit, is laying down an enfilade of same...”
SNOOT score: 2
Source: Oxford English Dictionary