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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water
luggerlug‧ger /ˈlʌɡə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  TTWa small boat with one or more sails
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luggerIngram looked doubtfully at the long table, rocking up and down like a lugger in a gale.My friend with the Aegean lugger.No boats could be seen, all the big luggers had gone to Dunkirk, I had been told.Apart from the lugger and the recovery of the bomber, we have to wait for three other things.You haven't yet met Angelina - Professor Wotherspoon's wife, I mean, not the lugger.
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