Carracks sentence example

carracks
  • By the end of the fifteenth century carracks of 600-700 tons were common.
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  • The English language retains in the word "argosy" a reminiscence of the carracks of Ragusa, long known to Englishmen as Argouse, Argusa or Aragosa.
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  • Southern goods hitherto had come to Southampton or Sandwich invariably in Venetian carracks, which took back in return English wool and metals.
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