All the argosies of the East would be swallowed up by such a woman.
A canoe is at once the most docile and the most intractable of argosies.
Yonder the gray cobwebs of the Brooklyn bridges leap the sea, and here creep the argosies from all earth's ends.
The loss of one of his argosies, uninsured, could not have filled him with more blank dismay.
Our enterprises avail us nothing, since you command that we no longer trouble the argosies of Venice.
Fathers went rowing to and fro with argosies of pretty children, who gave them gay good morrows.
Carracks, argosies, and galleons, were names for the largest species of sailing vessels in use.
It sometimes pays to send our argosies across the seas,—to make investments with an eye to slow but sure returns.
Here lived the Schiavoni (Dalmatian sailors), who manned the galleons and argosies of the Republic.
The crew stand and row long oars and sing as they swing, and you think of Vikings, Pirates, and Argosies.