noun, plural (especially collectively) bar·ra·cou·ta, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) bar·ra·cou·tas.
- barrack-room lawyer,
- barracks bag,
- barracks lawyer,
- barrage balloon,
Examples from the Web for barracouta
The shouting from the Barracouta kept on with undiminished vigor.
One of the guards from the camp was coming to investigate the tumult on the Barracouta.
Making the Barracouta fast, the boys went ashore in the dory and pea-pod.
He transferred it to the Barracouta and set an empty tub in its place.
The Barracouta's tank was filled with twenty-five gallons of gasolene, and six five-gallon cans were purchased besides.