Cunard

/ (kjuː'nɑːd) /


noun
  1. Sir Samuel (1787–1865). Canadian shipping magnate, founder of the Cunard line

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How to use Cunard in a sentence

  • In the words of a reporter, the place is equally capable of turning out a 'chronometer or a Cunard steamer.'

  • The “Cunard Line” of transatlantic steamers was established in the year 1840.

  • They were to start on a long journey, going in the Cunard steamer that sailed on the afternoon of the day.

    Friendship and Folly | Maria Louise Pool
  • But he lingered in vain; and presently a taxicab took him and his box to the Cunard docks, and deposited him there.

    The Dark Star | Robert W. Chambers