It was a funny sight to see these coracles, which they named after their own round bodies.
The cattle slept in the fields, the fishermen slept in their coracles.
On these magic shores children at play are for ever beaching their coracles.
It was a round skin-boat, for all the world just like the coracles the ancient Britons used.
As the fishing at this part of the estuary is noted, some coracles may perhaps be seen.
Coracles have been peculiar to British rivers from time immemorial.
On the Teifi may frequently be observed fishermen in coracles.
Thurstane, thinking that he might have rivers to cross in his explorations, had brought one of these coracles.
Except in shape, it was very similar to the coracles still in use, as I have read, on the Wye and other rivers in England.
But the ingenious Kanaka, not content with his coracles, had gone one better, and copied them in dugouts of solid timber.