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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water
warshipwar‧ship /ˈwɔːˌʃɪp $ ˈwɔːr-/ noun [countable]  TTWa ship with guns that is used in a warbattleship
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warshipThis was popular for warships but it made for a heavy hull.That passage appeared prescient when the disastrous wreck on the Scillies scuttled four warships.It dramatized the superiority of ironclad warships over wooden ones.A year's preparation may have gone into the assembling of a fleet of warships and transport vessels.It will be the largest gathering of warships since the Jubilee Review of 1977.They could only see Blefuscu's warships coming closer, as I was swimming and my head was occasionally under the water.
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