barque barque


  • (n) a sailing ship with 3 (or more) masts


  1. Such was the four-masted barque Parma, setting out early last March.
  2. As captain of a unisexual barque, it is logical for you to engage in some institutional flirtations.
  3. Sard Harker, sailor, lay on the barque Venturer in Las Palomas harbor, dreaming of a girl he loved.



    NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — A group raising money to build a museum celebrating the Coast Guard and honoring its history says it's raised $100,000. The National Coast Guard Museum Association said Monday it hopes to raise $1 million by Labor Day with support from a group of donors called the "Barque Eagle Society ," named for the Coast Guard's sail training ship that is based at the Coast Guard ...
    on June 24, 2013     Source: Greenwich Time

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  • Benedict XVI told the Bishop of Brescia that,"The Lord desired that a son of the land of Brescia would steer the rudder of Peter's barque during the council, in the years of his first activities."
    on Sep 9, 2008 By: Pope Paul VI Source: Catholic News Agency

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