Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling or characteristic of a barge.

Etymologies

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barge +‎ -like

Examples

  • At Samosata the river was still too strong, though the locals offered bargelike boats; after inspecting them, Sulla declined.

    The Grass Crown

  • To describe the craft as bargelike would have insulted any barge Conan had ever seen in Aghrapur's teeming port.

    Conan the Valiant

  • The craft that plied the warm waters of the Skatandah Delta rarely required the muscles of more than three or four fishermen. these great bargelike vessels each boasted two dozen crew or more.

    Voyage To The City Of The Dead

  • We saw two men, in the prow of a low, medium-beamed, bargelike vessel.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • And I saw a toy dock, at which a twenty-foot, bargelike open sailboat was landing; a narrow starlit roadway, crowded with a milling throng of people all no more than a foot and a half in height.

    Beyond the Vanishing Point

  • In a little more than half an hour the party and the horses were safely on the broad bargelike ferry, and Mr. Bender was bowing on the bank and wishing them a prosperous journey, as they began to move out on to the wide river towards the chalk cliffs and red roofs of Greenhithe that nestled among the mass of trees on the opposite bank.

    By What Authority?

  • Most visitors, perhaps 200 on a busy day, arrive by flat-bottomed, bargelike ferries that make the 20-minute trip from Honeymoon Island across St. Joseph Sound every hour, more often in summer.

    NYT > Travel

  • Most visitors, perhaps 200 on a busy day, arrive by flat-bottomed, bargelike ferries that make the 20-minute trip from Honeymoon Island across St. Joseph Sound every hour, more often in summer.

    NYT > Travel

  • Most visitors, perhaps 200 on a busy day, arrive by flat-bottomed, bargelike ferries that make the 20-minute trip from Honeymoon Island across St. Joseph Sound every hour, more often in summer.

    NYT > Travel

  • Most visitors, perhaps 200 on a busy day, arrive by flat-bottomed, bargelike ferries that make the 20-minute trip from Honeymoon Island across St. Joseph Sound every hour, more often in summer.

    NYT > Travel

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