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  • noun Plural form of felucca.

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Examples

  • In Egypt, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Giza Zoo while others rode traditional sailboats known as feluccas on the Nile River.

    Eyewitness News

  • In Egypt, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Giza Zoo while others rode traditional sailboats known as feluccas on the Nile River.

    Ventura County Star Stories

  • In Egypt, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Giza Zoo while others rode traditional sailboats known as feluccas on the Nile River.

    WRAL.com Top Stories

  • In Egypt, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Giza Zoo while others rode traditional sailboats known as feluccas on the Nile River.

    The Guardian World News

  • In Egypt, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Giza Zoo while others rode traditional sailboats known as feluccas on the Nile River.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • In Egypt, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Giza Zoo while others rode traditional sailboats known as feluccas on the Nile River.

    KSL / U.S. / National

  • In Egypt, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Giza Zoo while others rode traditional sailboats known as feluccas on the Nile River.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • In Egypt, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Giza Zoo while others rode traditional sailboats known as feluccas on the Nile River.

    The Seattle Times

  • We were allowed entry into the yet-to-be-conserved tomb of Queen Nefertari, and we crossed the Nile on graceful sailboats, called feluccas, filled with local people transporting livestock, fowl, and items for barter and trade, as they had done for thousands of years; we walked atop the unfinished obelisk in the rose-granite quarry, where workmen hand-cut monuments for the pharaohs; and we watched the building of the Aswan Dam while drinking pink gin on the veranda of the Victorian-style Old Cataract Hotel.

    One From The Hart

  • Dhows and feluccas, hill stations, outposts, flags fluttering down in the dusk, their golden aegis went out with the sun, the last gleam on a great crag, with tiger-eyed turbaned Sikhs, pennons of the Raj to a sobbing bugle.

    The Lost Empire

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