Definition of Polacres

1. Noun. (plural of polacre) ¹

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Definition of Polacres

1. polacre [n] - See also: polacre

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polacres

poking borack
poking borax
poking fun
pol gene
polacres (current term)
poland syndrome
polar amino acid
polar anaemia
polar antonym
polar bear
polar bear dip
polar bears
polar body
polar cap
polar caps
polar cataract
polar cell

Literary usage of Polacres

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1. Nelson and the Neapolitan Jacobins: Documents Relating to the Suppression of by Harold Cooke Gutteridge (1903)
"J'attends d'un moment à l'autre la liste des misérables, qui veulent partir. Alors vous saurez le nombre des polacres qui sont nécessaires. ..."

2. Commodore John Rodgers: Captain, Commodore, and Senior Officer of the by Charles Oscar Paullin (1909)
"The two polacres were captured by Commodore Barron for a violation of the blockade. Rodgers pacified the Porte by agreeing to give up the ..."

3. The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Declaration of War by France in by William James, Frederick Chamier (1837)
"The captured polacres were the ship Prince-Eugene of 16 guns and 130 men, brig Belle-Caroline, of 12 guns and 40 men, both belonging to Marseille, ..."

4. Universal Geography: Or A Description of All Parts of the World, on a New by Conrad Malte-Brun (1827)
"... and armed polacres. The Danish frigate the Naiad, of 40 guns, commanded by Captain Sten-bille, was perfidiously inveigled into the harbour of Tripoli, ..."

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