- a freight barge of the West Indies, rigged as a cutter or schooner.
Origin of drogher
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Examples from the Web for drogher
The drogher was hired by the day, and the longer she was out the more he pocketed.
The drogher spun round like a top, and off she flew before the hurricane.
Still the drogher lay over on her side and gave no signs of righting.
In the state of the sea, to get on board the drogher from the dinghy, was an operation too dangerous to be attempted.Rattlin the Reefer
There was no one else with us, the crew of the drogher being already on board to await our coming.Romance
Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer