Definition of Liberty ship
1. Noun. A slow cargo ship built during World War II.
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Literary usage of Liberty ship
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1. Mobilizing U. S. Industry in World War II by Alan L. Gropman (1997)
"In July 1942, it took 105 days to construct a liberty ship; less than 1 year later ... In World War I, a ship two-thirds the size of a liberty ship took 10 ..."
2. Hartwick, the Heart of Otsego County, NY. by Town of Hartwick Historical Society (2002)
"The winning schools were to send a student to attend the christening of a Liberty ship at Portland, Maine. By bringing in 45 tons of scrap metal or more ..."
3. The State Records of North Carolina by North Carolina, William Laurence Saunders, Walter Clark, Stephen Beauregard Weeks (1910)
"Liberty, ship, 1O. 133. Liberty Baptist Association, 6. 1185, 1186. formed, 6. 1190. 690-2. bill to incorporate, 12. 35, 41, 49, 86. 88, 113. memorial, 19. ..."