Definition of Carract

1. carrack [n -S] - See also: carrack



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carract

carpoptosis
carport
carports
carpospore
carpospores
carposporic
carposporous
carprofen
carps
carpule
carpus
carpus curvus
carr
carrack
carracks
carract (current term)
carracts
carrageen
carrageen moss
carrageenan
carrageenans
carrageenin
carrageenins
carrageens
carragheen
carragheens
carrancha
carranchas
carrao
carraos

Literary usage of Carract

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1. Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical by Arthur Collins, Egerton Brydges (1812)
"But their chiefest glory was the taking a vast carract of 1600 tons, just arrived from the Indies at Sesimbra, a small city of Portugal, fortified with a ..."

2. The Camden Miscellany by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1864)
"... which was then called a carract, having out her Portugall flagg, a reade crosse: which she tooke in, and put out three or four tymes to the end we ..."

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