galleon

[ gal-ee-uh n, gal-yuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF galleon
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Who will pray for your soul, I wonder, when that galleon comes to lie board and board with you?

If he could dispose of them the galleon would be at his mercy.

The frigate and galleon came together with a terrific crash.

On his head was a scarlet cap with a gold band, even as the man in the galleon had said.

The St. Philip came to the like end; so did the galleon of Biscay, and divers others.

Many a galleon has been looted of ingots and bullion by the 146 old seadogs there.

The only misadventure they had to fear was the loss of the galleon.

That only one galleon was to be sent each year (instead of two) as formerly.

The guns will burst, and we can then do what we please with the galleon and the town.

Here a galleon, a prize to the “Monmouth,” struck upon a sunken rock.

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