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What do you think this is—a dreadnaught with full equipment?
BOY SCOUTS IN THE NORTH SEAG. HARVEY RALPHSON
Theres not a dreadnaught among them that can match the guns of our flagship!
I asked Clarkson to let me have a man to show me the way to the Dreadnaught.
Pointing up the mountain, the young man asked, "Is that the way to the Dreadnaught mine?"
England built a monstrous battleship called the Dreadnaught, which was twice as heavy as any other battleship afloat.
It was Admiral Graymont speaking to us from the bridge of the big dreadnaught, Lincoln, the flagship of the combined fleet.
The British dreadnaught Marlborough was also damaged, but succeeded in making port for repairs.
AMERICA'S WAR FOR HUMANITYTHOMAS HERBERT RUSSELL
He fell prone as the heavy black jacks descended upon his head, muffled in the hood of his "dreadnaught."
A FASCINATING TRAITORRICHARD HENRY SAVAGE
She is of about the dimensions of the Dreadnaught, of the British navy, but claimed to be her superior as a fighting force.
EAST OF SUEZFREDERIC COURTLAND PENFIELD
A mine like this is more deadly than the biggest shell carried by a super-dreadnaught.

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