Definition of Bargees

1. Noun. (plural of bargee) ¹



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Definition of Bargees

1. bargee [n] - See also: bargee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bargees

bargainors
bargainous
bargains
barge
barge board
barge in
barge master
barge masters
barge pole
barge poles
bargeboard
bargeboards
barged
barged in
bargee
bargees (current term)
bargeese
bargelike
bargello
bargellos
bargeman
bargemaster
bargemasters
bargemen
bargepole
bargepoles
barger
bargers
barges
barges in

Literary usage of Bargees

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1. Wanderings in South America: The North-west of the United States, and the by Charles Waterton (1879)
"bargees and their guns.—Instinct of the herons.—Herons and fish-ponds.—Drainage of the ponds.—The moat extended into a lake.—Old Gateway and Ivy-Tower. ..."

2. Pages from a Private Diary by Henry Charles Beeching (1899)
"whose one amusement was listening to the wit encounters of Oxford bargees. The other day I overheard the following :— A.—Does your mother take in washing? ..."

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