Definition of Caravelles

1. caravelle [n] - See also: caravelle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caravelles

caravaning
caravanlike
caravanned
caravanner
caravanners
caravanning
caravans
caravansarai
caravansarais
caravansaries
caravansary
caravanserai
caravanserais
caravel
caravelle
caravelles (current term)
caravels
caraway
caraway seed
caraway seed bread
caraways
carb
carb-
carb-face
carb up
carbaalanate
carbaalanates
carbaalane
carbaalanes
carbaborane

Literary usage of Caravelles

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Examen critique de l'histoire de la géographie du nouveau continent et des by Alexander von Humboldt (1836)
"qui se disait descendre d'un des marins de l'équipage perdu ' des caravelles de Vivaldi. La généalogie peut paraître incertaine, mais le document des ..."

2. Contested Skies: Trans-Australian Airlines, 1946-1992 by John Gunn (1999)
"TAA's official option with Sud-Aviation called for delivery of two caravelles in June-July 1960. Ansett's Electra delivery schedule, under that timetable, ..."

3. Duty, with Illustrations of Courage, Patience, and Endurance by Samuel Smiles (1881)
"A fleet of three • small caravelles, only one of which was decked, was got ready; and Columbus sailed from the port of Palos on the 31! of August, 1492. ..."

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