Thames barge

noun \ˈtemz-\

Definition of Thames barge

  1. :  a round-bowed transom-sterned broad-beamed freight boat usually having a sprit mainsail and small gaff mizzen that can be lowered to pass under bridges and plying the coast and rivers of southern England

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Origin and Etymology of thames barge

from the Thames river, England

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to criticize severely

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