Definition of Longships

1. Noun. (plural of longship) ¹



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Definition of Longships

1. longship [n] - See also: longship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Longships

longly
longmynd rocks
longneck
longneck eel
longnecks
longness
longnesses
longnose
longnose gar
longpig
longroot
longrunning
longs
longshanks
longship
longships (current term)
longshore
longshore drift
longshoreman
longshoremen
longshorewoman
longshorewomen
longshoring
longshorings
longshot
longshots
longsighted
longsightedness
longsleeved
longsome

Literary usage of Longships

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1. The English Annual, for by Caroline Sheridan Norton (1836)
"The longships, a small archipelago of rocks, lie about two miles to the westward of the Land's End. The lighthouse, called the longships, is situated upon ..."

2. Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive by United States Congress. Senate (1874)
"The focal plane of longships light-house is 110 feet above Fooal p^n« of the sea. The handsome new lantern was in place, but the lens was ..."

3. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"... Should precious meeds divide, with a large hand; Gather, to him, from every coast, longships. ..."

4. Lighthouses: Their History and Romance by William John Hardy (1895)
"... THE LAND'S END, AND THE longships > ^OON after a lighthouse had been built at the Lizard, the dangers of the Wolf Rock, that lies between that point and ..."

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