Definition of Caravelles
1. caravelle [n] - See also: caravelle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caravelles
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. ..."