Now they could no longer enter the ports of that or of any other of the West India islands, with their prizes and cargoes.
This was done, and the Dutch lost three ships with their cargoes.
Then in all haste they unloaded their cargoes and were away again like flitting birds.
Men who deliver the cargoes of colliers in the river Thames into lighters.
There's three or four American clipper ships in port with cargoes that must be sold, and no demand.
We had believed him to be all right, and he had ready access to our ports with his cargoes.
The ships which were built were not generally employed in our trade, but with their cargoes sent to Europe and sold.
He had succeeded in running two cargoes, and all the goods were got up to London.
My floor is strewn thick with ribs of ships and skeletons of men; with chests of treasure, bales and casks and cargoes.
They are passing with their cargoes, to cool the wine-cups in the great cities of the plains.
1650s, "freight loaded on a ship," from Spanish cargo "burden," from cargar "to load, impose taxes," from Late Latin carricare "to load on a cart" (see charge (v.)). South Pacific cargo cult is from 1949. Cargo pants attested from 1977.