noun, plural (especially collectively) bar·ra·cou·ta, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) bar·ra·cou·tas.
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Historical Examples of barracouta
We'll have an early breakfast and run up there in the Barracouta.
At six they all started to make the round of the lobster-traps, on the Barracouta.
Shortly after sunrise they were sailing out of the cove in the Barracouta.
She ran up alongside the Barracouta, where the boys were baiting their trawl.
He transferred it to the Barracouta and set an empty tub in its place.