bateau

[ ba-toh; French ba-toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bateau
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Craig leaped from the bow of the bateau and waded for the last few yards.

When he reached the far shore he jumped into a bateau that was pulled up there.

They stopped on the bank of the river, where the bateau lay.

As the bateau proceeded, Fanny became more skilful in its management.

Two of our boats were bateau, and the other was Mr. Gracewood's barge.

The modern 'bateau' is to be found only among keeled sailing craft.

The Durham was larger than the bateau; long, light, and shallow.

Observing that the bateau was afloat, Mandy Ann was delighted.

Not until he was nearly on top of the bateau did Auguste see it.

The next instant she struck the bateau full on the broadside.

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