- n. Plural form of schooner.
““To gam,” among the sealing-schooners, is a substitute for the verbs “to visit,” “to gossip.””
“Sometimes the schooners were a week or ten days on the way.”
“Chuckwagons are covered wagons, also known as schooners, pulled by horses used by pioneers in the 1800's are they travel across the prairie.”
“And even though sloops were supposed to be easier to sail than multimasted vessels such as schooners and square-riggers, gargantuan sails represented weapons when they came whipping across the deck.”
“John Lavin After 10 "schooners" or pints (depending on the pub), there will be some matters for which your faithful scribe should be embarrassed.”
“Behind the great swaying "schooners" walk the men with shouldered rifles, and a troup of mounted men have just galloped up to bid adieu to the departing emigrants.”
“I wish he could see less remarkable things, such as schooners, sir," said Hozier.”
“The "schooners," as these wagons were called, were everywhere to be seen on the great prairie sea.”
“While I'm doing that, I do 200 bicep curls using special liquid-filled training weights I call "schooners".”
“schooners," that they might be as comfortable as possible, and read, sleep, or, as the women often did, sew and knit, or play games.”
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