Definition of Cargoes

1. Noun. (plural of cargo) ¹

2. Noun. (plural of cargoe) ¹

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Definition of Cargoes

1. cargo [n] - See also: cargo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cargoes

cargo hatch
cargo helicopter
cargo hold
cargo jack
cargo liner
cargo net
cargo pallet
cargo pants
cargo ship
cargo ships
cargo shorts
cargo vessel
cargo vessels
cargoes (current term)

Literary usage of Cargoes

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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1886)
"u all these cargoes came out in his name, and you will please return to me my ... In remitting for these cargoes, please remit in name of John C. Grafflin, ..."

2. Marine Insurance: Its Principles and Practice by William David Winter (1919)
"In the case of lighter cargoes where it is impossible to overload a vessel with the ... These deck cargoes are often poorly stowed, or improperly secured, ..."

3. American Marine: The Shipping Question in History and Politics by William Wallace Bates (1892)
"We do the banking, commission, and insurance on our cargoes, and the British do likewise for their cargoes. There is a fair exchange of merchandise and a ..."

4. The New York Times Current History (1915)
"Seizures of American cargoes By William J. Bryan, American Secretary of State By agreement between the Governments of the United States and Great Britain ..."

5. The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Containing His Correspondence, and His by Alexander Hamilton (1850)
"... are to furnish you themselves with their respective proportion of the cost of the several cargoes. The staves on board, if by any means convenient, ..."

6. New Voices: An Introduction to Contemporary Poetry by Marguerite Ogden Bigelow Wilkinson (1922)
"One of the most beautiful modern poems made out of a symbol is "cargoes" by John Masefield. Only one symbol is used—the cargo. But in terms of that symbol, ..."

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