noun, plural bat·teaux [ba-tohz; French ba-toh] /bæˈtoʊz; French baˈtoʊ/. Nautical.
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The batteau is a sort of mongrel between the canoe and the boat, a fur-trader's boat.
Once or twice we passed the red wreck of a batteau which had been stove some spring.
About two o'clock split a plank in the bottom of the batteau.
Take to your batteau and get you to Oswego as soon as may be.The Little Red Foot
Robert W. Chambers
Give me half an hour to get into a batteau on the river and then you may tell him all.Sons and Fathers
Harry Stillwell Edwards