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  • proper noun a steamship operated by the Cunard Line

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Examples

  • The ship will be the second largest "Cunarder" (as they call it) ever built.

    Cunard's Queen Elizabeth Ship Debuts In October (PHOTOS)

  • The ship will be the second largest "Cunarder" (as they call it) ever built.

    Cunard's Queen Elizabeth Ship Debuts In October (PHOTOS)

  • Pelham thought she was a "Cunarder," but Shuffles was confident she belonged to the Inman line; and it is quite certain neither of them had any opinion whatever in regard to her, except that she was going west; for the red light on her port side was visible.

    Outward Bound Or, Young America Afloat

  • Only once, since the line was started, has a "Cunarder" been kept in port by wind or weather -- this was the commander's first trip across the Atlantic since his promotion; you may guess which way the balance turned.

    Border and Bastille

  • He shouted as he saw the stacks of a big Cunarder bulking up at the end of Fourteenth

    Our Mr. Wrenn

  • I saw its early stage on my last visit to him; it represented an old shipwright pondering on the idle dockyard where lay the great skeleton of the Cunarder that was later to be known as the Queen Mary.

    The Complete Stories

  • At three months Mr. Bumby had crossed the North Atlantic on a twelve-day small Cunarder that sailed from New York via Halifax in January.

    A Moveable Feast

  • At three months Mr. Bumby had crossed the North Atlantic on a twelve-day small Cunarder that sailed from New York via Halifax in January.

    A Moveable Feast

  • At three months Mr. Bumby had crossed the North Atlantic on a twelve-day small Cunarder that sailed from New York via Halifax in January.

    A Moveable Feast

  • At three months Mr. Bumby had crossed the North Atlantic on a twelve-day small Cunarder that sailed from New York via Halifax in January.

    A Moveable Feast

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