brigantine

[ brig-uh n-teen, -tahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF brigantine
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After luffing to pick him up, the brigantine had been again pulled off on the port tack.

He must have been ashore when I was on board the brigantine; he certainly wasn't in the cabin.

"She's a brigantine, Zeb," observed the keeper, handing up the spyglass.

The brigantine was not a Turks Islands boat, but a coaster from Jamaica.

The brigantine then lay to; the two ships remained immovable.

Each brig, brigantine, or schooner, carried three or four apprentices.

An Indian woman revealed to him a plot to set fire to his brigantine on the stocks.

“A brig or brigantine; a two-masted vessel of some sort,” answered Murray.

Ship after plundering the Brigantine gave the same to the said Thos.

See Hermaphrodite and Brigantine, by which, term she is at present classed in law.

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