from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Greek Mythology One who sailed with Jason on the Argo in search of the Golden Fleece.
- noun A person who is engaged in a dangerous but rewarding quest; an adventurer.
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- proper noun Greek mythology One of the members of the
Argowho sailed with Jasonin search of the Golden Fleece.
- proper noun Any of several
shipsand submarinesof the British and US navies.
- proper noun Team name for the Toronto, Ontario franchise of the Canadian Football League (CFL)
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
The company was formerly known as Argonaut Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and changed its name to RXi Pharmaceuticals Corporation in November 2006.
Formerly known as the Argonaut Building, it is located immediately behind the old General Motors Headquarters on Grand Boulevard.
She was called the Argonaut, and they rowed right under the bowsprit, where the figure-head of the Argonaut, with a sheep-skin in his hand and a blue gown on, was looking out to sea; and sitting staring on his forehead was the rat who could speak, and his exact words were these.
She was called the Argonaut, and they rowed right under the bowsprit where the figure-head of the Argonaut, with a sheepskin in his hand and a blue gown on, was looking out to sea; and sitting staring on his forehead was the rat who could speak, and his exact words were these: 'Chips ahoy!
- Support Argonaut, which is working on recovery following episodes of fire and looting.
Their flag ship is called The Argonaut where Dhianeila is in command.
Cape the U.S. ship "Argonaut," whose owners now prosecuted them for
Kemp took up the "Argonaut" that lay folded on the table.
"Argonaut" to behold the midnight sun should pass a summer or two in
The Californian who himself was an "Argonaut," or whose father was an Argonaut, found no attractions in the steady labor of farming.