Definition of Barquentines

1. Noun. (plural of barquentine) ¹



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Definition of Barquentines

1. barquentine [n] - See also: barquentine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barquentines

barouche
barouches
barouchet
barouchets
barouchette
barouchettes
barp
barpeople
barperson
barpersons
barpost
barposts
barps
barque
barquentine
barquentines (current term)
barques
barquette
barquette mould
barquettes
barquillite
barra
barra boy
barra boys
barrable
barracan
barracans
barrace
barraces
barrack

Literary usage of Barquentines

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1. History of the County of Lunenburg by Mather Byles DesBrisay (1895)
"John H. Zwicker has built in his yard at Mahone Bay : One full-rigged ship of 1400 tons; 3 barquentines, about 500 tons euch ; 7 brigantines, ..."

2. In the Andamans and Nicobars: The Narrative of a Cruise in the Schooner by Cecil Boden Kloss (1903)
"The merchants arrive in various kinds of vessels, from large barquentines, brigs, brigantines, and schooners, ..."

3. Chronicles of the Builders of the Commonwealth: Historical Character Study by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1892)
"In the ship-yard at Port Blakely about forty barques, barquentines and schooners, were built by the Hall brothers of San Francisco and Port Blakely ..."

4. The Men of the Merchant Service: Being the Polity of the Mercantile Marine by Frank Thomas Bullen (1900)
"These are—or rather I ought to say were— smart barquentines which sail—or sailed—from Swansea, bound round Cape Horn from east to west, for the purpose of ..."

5. Steam-ships: The Story of Their Development to the Present Day by R. A. Fletcher (1910)
"Two of the four, the Ulster and Munster, were withdrawn from the service in 1896-7 and turned into barquentines, their places being taken by larger vessels ..."

6. Markland Or Nova Scotia: Its History, Natural Resources and Native Beauties by Robert Randall McLeod (1903)
"The shipping registered in the port is: No. Tons. barquentines 2 595 Brigantines 3 688 Schooners 68 4282 Steamers , 4 160 77 5.725 A line ..."

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