Definition for barquentine (2 of 2)
or bark·an·tine, bar·quen·tine, bar·quan·tine
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She is barquentine rigged, and has triple-expansion engines giving her a speed under steam of nine to ten knots.South!|Sir Ernest Shackleton
The barquentine's boat was rapidly pulling towards this full-rigged ship, with Captain Barlow sitting in the stern-sheets.
The only barquentine among the ships lay apart from the others, pointing towards the harbour entrance.
As we meet the fresh breeze at the entrance to the Kattegat, a barquentine, under full sail, glides past us without a sound.Gun running for Casement in the Easter rebellion, 1916|Karl Spindler
As I started from the landing place I looked back at the barquentine, where I had had so many adventures.