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A type of two-masted sailing vessel, typically with a square rigged foremast and a fore-and-aft rigged mainmast.
Example sentence: The brigantine glided gracefully through the waves, its distinct combination of square and fore-and-aft rigging catching the wind perfectly.
A ship used for piracy or smuggling.
Example sentence: The notorious pirate captain commanded a crew of unruly sailors aboard his brigantine, plundering merchant ships along the coast.
A fish of tropical and subtropical waters, typically associated with coral reefs.
Example sentence: The vibrant brigantine shimmered among the coral, its colorful scales catching the sunlight.
A historical term for a two-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage.
Example sentence: In the early 19th century, wealthy families enjoyed leisurely rides in their luxurious brigantines, pulled by majestic horses.
Pertaining to or characteristic of Brigantine, a town in New Jersey, USA.
Example sentence: The beachgoers soaked up the sun along the beautiful Brigantine shoreline.
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