Definition of Chebecs

1. Noun. (plural of chebec) ¹



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Definition of Chebecs

1. chebec [n] - See also: chebec

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chebecs

cheatin'
cheating
cheating(a)
cheatingly
cheatline
cheatlines
cheats
cheatsheet
cheatsheets
cheaty
chebab
chebacco
chebaccos
chebang
chebec
chebecs (current term)
chebs
chebulic acid
chechako
chechakos
cheche
cheches
chechia
chechias
check
check-call
check-called
check-calling
check-calls
check-fold

Literary usage of Chebecs

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1. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. by Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Adgate Lipscomb, Albert Ellery Bergh (1905)
"... been reduced by losses to six chebecs and four galleys. They have a forty-gun frigate on the stocks, and expect two cruisers from the grand seignior. ..."

2. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. by Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Adgate Lipscomb, Albert Ellery Bergh (1905)
"From these it results that they have usually had about nine chebecs, from ten to thirty- six guns, and four galleys, which have been reduced by losses to ..."

3. Danton: A Study by Hilaire Belloc (1899)
"... l'arrivée des chebecs à Alger. On voulait encore vous aliéner cette puissance, amie de la République ; mais nous recevons la nouvelle quel» dey a reçu, ..."

4. The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States by United States Dept. of State, Francis Wharton, John Bassett Moore (1889)
"The Don's squadron consists of six ships of the line, one frigate of thirty-two guns, three chebecs of twenty-eight guns each, and a number of fire ships ..."

5. The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution: Being the Letters by Jared Sparks, United States Dept. of State (1829)
"The Don's squadron consists of six ships of the line, one frigate of thirtytwo guns, three chebecs of twentyeight guns each, and a number of fire-ships and ..."

6. History of the Campaigns of Count Alexander Suworow Rymnikski, Field-marshal by Frederic Anthing (1799)
"... fix frigates, four bomb-ketches, fix chebecs, fifteen gun boats, ... eight frigates, twenty-one chebecs, and three bomb- ketches. ..."

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