Definition of Bateaux
1. bateau [n] - See also: bateau
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bateaux
Literary usage of Bateaux
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1879)
"28th. Monday ye 28 was at work at the scow. 29<A. Tuesday y* 29 Bragg aud myself went to work at building of a bateau. There were 13 bateaux set oft' for to ..."
2. The Columbia River: Its History, Its Myths, Its Scenery, Its Commerce by William Denison Lyman (1917)
"... their bateaux, and their Stations Importance of the Fur-trade as Connected with all Other Parts of the History—Fur-hunters Compared with ..."
3. Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River by George Back (1836)
"A Land Storm. — The Grand Rapid. — Advance of Cultivation. — Arrival at Cumberland House. — Departure of the bateaux under Mr. King. ..."
4. Alaska and Its Resources by William Healey Dall (1897)
"... the bateaux. — The annual trade. — Tenan Kutchin Indians. — Other tribes. — Drowning of Cowley. — Red Leggins. — Arrival of Ketchum and Mike. ..."
5. Problems of International Practice and Diplomacy: With Special Reference to by Sir Thomas Barclay (1907)
"II est defendu aux bateaux arrivant sur les lieux de peche de se placer ou de ... Toutes les fois que, pour pecher avec les filets dérivants, des bateaux ..."
6. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society by Massachusetts Historical Society (1886)
"Arrived at Fort Weston [Western], where we halted for some days, and here we were furnished with bateaux and provisions for carrying us up the river. ..."