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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The Barracouta was rising and falling on the long swells in a manner decidedly disconcerting to weak stomachs.
Making the Barracouta fast, the boys went ashore in the dory and pea-pod.
He was naturally interested in machinery, and soon mastered the details of the Barracouta's engine.
Taking buoys, anchors, and other gear from the fish-house, they got into the dory and rowed out to the Barracouta.
The Barracouta's tank was filled with twenty-five gallons of gasolene, and six five-gallon cans were purchased besides.