His genius was intended to be an argosy, bearing rich cargo between the ports of the gods and those of men.
The argosy has been so good this year I must have it another; enclosed is $1.75.
"I haven't much idea the argosy is read in foreign capitals," Jeff felt bound to assure her.
With much reluctance the Khan consented, and the argosy set forth.
To her, Bill would not merely be the proprietor and chief passenger of this argosy, but the captain, as well.
For what argosy of gin was she straining her old eyes seaward?
Theirs are the halcyon calms succeeding the storms which our argosy had so stoutly weathered.
His argosy which he had hoped to see returning from her voyage laden with golden freight!
How the news of this argosy flew even to towns a day's journey up from the coast!
Is not my anger terrible as I dash your argosy, your thunder-bearing frigate, into fragments, as you would crack an eggshell?
1570s, from Italian (nave) Ragusea "(vessel) of Ragusa," maritime city on the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic (modern Dubrovnik in Croatia). Their large merchant ships brought rich Eastern goods to 16c. England. The city name sometimes was Aragouse or Arragosa in 16c. English.