Definition of Carracts
1. carract [n] - See also: carract
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carracts
Literary usage of Carracts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Arithmetic, Both in the Theory and Practice: Made Plain and Easy in All by John Hill (1765)
"... fo much together, as may make a mafs of 60 ounces of 1 1 carracts fine. How much of each fort muft he take? linked, and differenced, as hath | 22"] 3 15 ..."
2. Hakluytus posthumus: Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and by Samuel Purchas (1906)
"... and other things that doe come, with a distinction of the waight and carracts, charging themselves with all, that there may be more account and reason, ..."
3. Hakluytus Posthumus, Or, Purchas His Pilgrimes: Contayning a History of the by Samuel Purchas (1906)
"In this Countrie are vaines of Gold Mi Counsell, of more then two and twentie carracts and a halfe: it is ..."
4. Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society by Hakluyt Society (1859)
"While they were in Rhodes, four great carracts and two Genoese ships arrived, with news from the fleet. They said that the fleet had sailed to ..."
5. The History of England: As Well Ecclesiastical as Civil. By Mr. De Rapin by M. Rapin de Thoyras, Rapin de Thoyras (Paul) (1731)
"... fand carracts of Diamonds. He farther learnt " which was a Box of Jewels, confiding of a Thou- " that the Fire in ..."
6. A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...by Thomas Bayly Howell, William Cobbett by Thomas Bayly Howell, William Cobbett (1816)
"This was the greatest plunder of one tort they got ; for, a« the said Strange informed the deponent, there were 1000 carracts of diamond? lapped up in ..."
7. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of the English by Richard Hakluyt (1907)
"... which set and make the price of pearles according to their carracts, beautie, and goodnesse, making foure sortes of them. The first sort bee the round ..."