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windjammerwind‧jam‧mer /ˈwɪndˌdʒæmə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  TTWa large sailing ship of the type that was used for trade in the 19th century
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windjammerAs a boy I had read a lot of sea stories and indulged in fancies of rounding the Horn in a windjammer.He had sailed before the mast in a windjammer, and then become a stoker.Next day we passed Beachy Head and the Isle of Wight and in the evening saw a windjammer.Lincoln imps, windjammer bells, lighthouses, anchor thermometers, knights in armour, wishing wells, everything.
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