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coraclecor‧a‧cle /ˈkɒrəkəl $ ˈkɔː-, ˈkɑː-/ noun [countable]  TTWa small round boat that you move with a paddle
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coracleWe must hide until it is dark, and then I will steal a coracle and row you to the Drowned Forest.That's Tony going round in his coracle again.The coracle dates back more than two thousand years - now it's being revived by a Gloucestershire boat-builder.Tim looked at old pictures of the River Wye coracles to work out how to build them.
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