Definition of Schooners

1. Noun. (plural of schooner) ¹

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Definition of Schooners

1. schooner [n] - See also: schooner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schooners

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Literary usage of Schooners

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1. Thirty Years' View, Or, A History of the Working of the American Government by Thomas Hart Benton (1856)
"31 frigates, 30 steam vessels, and 45 gun brigs, schooners, and cutters, not including the 30 steamers and 24 sloops in the packet service, at an average ..."

2. History of the County of Lunenburg by Mather Byles DesBrisay (1895)
"William, uncle of Jacob, also built there 12 schooners; and Simeon, cousin to Jacob, 4 schooners. Stephen F. Leary, born at Garden Lots, near Lunenburg, ..."

3. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1863)
"At precisely half-past eight o'clock this (Tuesday) morning, every thing being in readiness, Commander l)rayton signalled to the mortar- schooners, ..."

4. History of the Late War, Between the United States and Great Britain by Henry Marie Brackenridge (1839)
"The chase was now renewed, and, favoured by the wind, the commodore came in sight of seven schooners belonging to the enemy. Before sun-down, three of them ..."

5. History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain by Henry Marie Brackenridge (1844)
"The chase was now renewed, and, favoured by the wind, the commodore came in sight of seven schooners belonging to the enemy. Before sun-down, three of them ..."

6. Chronological History of the West Indies by Southey, Thomas (1827)
"Lieutenant Peterson was decidedly wrong, and a court-martial honourably acquitted Lord Camelford. national brig of sixteen guns, two schooners, privateers, ..."

7. The History of Don Francisco de Miranda's Attempt to Effect a Revolution in by James Biggs (1809)
"—The schooners Bee and Bacchus captured.--Rencounter "with them ---Lewis not to blame for the loss oj the schooners —Names of the officers and men captured. ..."

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