Chesapeake

[ ches-uh-peek ]
/ ˈtʃɛs əˌpik /

noun

(italics) a U.S. frigate boarded in 1807 by the British, who removed part of its crew and impressed some members into British service: captured by the British in naval battle near Boston in 1813.
a city in SE Virginia.
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