Thesaurus / trireme
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A hasty meal snatched on board the trireme which had brought him to Athens had been his only refreshment since the morning.

CalliasAlfred John Church

Such, we may believe, was the trireme of the palmy days of Athens.

BoatingW. B. Woodgate

The jarl was at the helm of the trireme and his face was clouded.

Ulric the JarlWilliam O. Stoddard

We were closely pushed and in peril when they ensnared the trireme with their sand.

Ulric the JarlWilliam O. Stoddard

The arrival of this trireme was thus of very essential service to the Greeks.

XerxesJacob Abbott

Immediately a transfer began from The Sword to the trireme of all arms and provisions, and the men worked rapidly.

Ulric the JarlWilliam O. Stoddard

All of the slain might be burned with the trireme, with all honor, so there was no more care for that.

Ulric the JarlWilliam O. Stoddard

Trierarch, trī′ėr-rk, n. the commander of an ancient Greek trireme—also a person obliged to furnish ships to the state.

Zygite, zī′gīt, n. a rower in the second tier of a Greek trireme.

Great was his wonder at the story of the living sand and the trireme.

Ulric the JarlWilliam O. Stoddard

WORDS RELATED TO TRIREME

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