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schooner

noun as in boat

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Tyson Bottenus once captained an 80-foot schooner called the Aquidneck.

In Australia, a pint is 570 milliliters, rounded up from 568, but you’re more likely to be served a schooner, which is either half or three-quarters of a pint depending on where you are.

On the way they passed by the Schooner Tavern, where they encountered Dean Schmitz and Molly Flaherty.

I know of one, built on piles on a sand-bank, that was run into by a schooner and carried bodily away.

In the street a luxurious limousine was tooting for a ramshackle prairie schooner to turn to one side.

On the other hand, you can prepare to dispose of the serial rights of the Schooner Farallone: a most grim and gloomy tale.

If we could only have Macgregor here with his schooner, you would hear of no more troubles in Samoa.

A powder magazine was set afloat, but it struck the schooner, which lay at anchor near the frigate.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to schooner, such as: vessel, yacht, clipper, glass, ship, and tern.

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

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