Thesaurus / galleon
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The galleon being disposed of, Drake and his men pulled ashore to look at the town.

Had he not been in the Barbados in such a year, and had he not there captured the galleon Maria de las Dolores?

The Sea-HawkRaphael Sabatini

Altogether I know in a very short time they lost one hundred and twenty men—while I had not lost one on board the galleon.

Hurricane HurryW.H.G. Kingston

Accordingly, we set sail on the 15th of May, the general being now on board the galleon, his own ship.

Some skulkers from the cannon-balls of the pirates might have sought safety in the hold of the galleon, and he would find them.

And at the trail's end the unkempt, ribald crew swarmed their dark and dirty camp as a band of pirates a galleon.

Blazed Trail StoriesStewart Edward White

The expedition was a failure, so far as the capture of the galleon was concerned, for she fell into the hands of Commodore Anson.

They were detained on board while the galleon their prize was carried into Puerto Seguro.

Notable VoyagersW.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith

These approached the galleon, and ordered it to strike its sails for Mauricio.

But out of one galleon we took fifty thousand pieces-of-eight, besides silver bars in cord piles.

The Black BuccaneerStephen W. Meader

WORDS RELATED TO GALLEON

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.