Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of pirogue.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The girl watched Mrs. Leiber's face tense as she stood holding her plate of pirogues.

    Still Life, With Girl

  • She had made some potato pirogues that she would bring.

    Still Life, With Girl

  • His forty hungry men had just hung the gate on their little stockade on April 17 when the French advance force of 500 men and eighteen cannons debarked from pirogues and canoes, formed ranks, and marched toward the fort.

    George Washington’s First War

  • His forty hungry men had just hung the gate on their little stockade on April 17 when the French advance force of 500 men and eighteen cannons debarked from pirogues and canoes, formed ranks, and marched toward the fort.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The girl watched Mrs. Leiber's face tense as she stood holding her plate of pirogues.

    Still Life, With Girl

  • His forty hungry men had just hung the gate on their little stockade on April 17 when the French advance force of 500 men and eighteen cannons debarked from pirogues and canoes, formed ranks, and marched toward the fort.

    George Washington’s First War

  • She had made some potato pirogues that she would bring.

    Still Life, With Girl

  • His forty hungry men had just hung the gate on their little stockade on April 17 when the French advance force of 500 men and eighteen cannons debarked from pirogues and canoes, formed ranks, and marched toward the fort.

    George Washington’s First War

  • I'm familiar with bateau and pirogues and bass boats, ski boats and other such powered craft.

    Moths

  • The trick here is that there is no actual border post where the pirogues take people across the water to the other side.

    Chris Guillebeau: French Guiana and the $100 Question

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