coracle

[ kawr-uh-kuh l, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF coracle

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I sprang to my feet and leaped, stamping the coracle under water.

Immensely tall she looked to me from my low station in the coracle.

I sprang to my feet, and leaped, stamping the coracle under water.

Fin came in close to land with his coracle, and asked what he wanted.

For sure, God would not come in a coracle, just as he himself might come.

When he unfolded his mantle, he saw that the coracle was already far from Iona.

The coracle swerved, and the four men were wet with the heavy spray.

If the result rested on her, Coracle Dick would have nothing to fear.

Coracle's house is but a hovel, no better than the cabin of a backwoods squatter.

Ground game at that, for Coracle is in the act of "jugging" a hare.

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