Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In Guiana, a dugout canoe pointed at both ends.

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Examples

  • The coppery ramparts were close, not more than three or four miles distant; in front of us the plain lifted in a long rolling swell, and up this the corial essayed to go — with a terrifying lessening of speed.

    The Moon Pool

  • “In a — a corial like this —” She regarded the sketch gravely, thrust a hand down into her girdle and brought forth a keen-bladed poniard; cut

    The Moon Pool

  • The green dwarf turned the corial slowly to the edge at the right; crept cautiously on toward where, not more than a hundred feet from the barrier, a low, wide entrance opened in the fort.

    The Moon Pool

  • Smiling, Rador stopped the corial just beneath the arch and beside one of the piers.

    The Moon Pool

  • He swept the corial to the left, away from the temple approach.

    The Moon Pool

  • We passed through the lines to the corial standing like

    The Moon Pool

  • "The corial does not touch the road," explained Rador.

    The Moon Pool

  • We passed through the lines to the corial standing like a great shell at the end of the runway leading into the green road.

    The Moon Pool

  • The coppery ramparts were close, not more than three or four miles distant; in front of us the plain lifted in a long rolling swell, and up this the corial essayed to go -- with a terrifying lessening of speed.

    The Moon Pool

  • "In a-- a corial like this --" She regarded the sketch gravely, thrust a hand down into her girdle and brought forth a keen-bladed poniard; cut Larry's markings out and placed the fragment carefully aside.

    The Moon Pool

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