Recent Examples of carrack from the Web
Wearing a magnifying visor, at a table with glues and tweezers and exact bits of wood, the boy puts together long ships and carracks in exquisite minute scale.
There’s a cruise on the Esperanza, a three-masted Spanish carrack.
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Origin and Etymology of carrack
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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