coracle meaning

Pronunciation:   "coracle" in a sentence
Noun: coracle  korukul [N. Amer], kórukul [Brit]
  1. A small rounded boat made of hides stretched over a wicker frame; still used in some parts of Great Britain

Derived forms: coracles

Type of: small boat

Encyclopedia: Coracle


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  1. i sprang to my feet, and leaped, stamping the coracle under water
  2. immensely tall she looked to me from my low station in the coracle
  3. the current was bearing coracle and schooner southward at an equal rate
  4. but the great advantage of the coracle it certainly possessed, for it was exceedingly light and portable
  5. but even a small change in the disposition of the weight will produce violent changes in the behaviour of a coracle

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