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bargee

/ ˈbɑːdʒmən; bɑːˈdʒiː /

noun

  1. a person employed on or in charge of a barge


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Please, Mr. Bargee, will you take us in your boat as far as Firdale?

He avowed himself to have been a bargee in the earth-plane—should one say the water-plane?

The bargee drew a jug of water from the breaker and placed it before them.

A Thames bargee has summoned a colleague for throwing a huge piece of coal at him.

A week at Phari dispels all illusions; only a bargee could adequately describe the place.

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