wherry

  1. (British) sailing barge used especially in East Anglia
  2. light rowboat for use in racing or for transporting goods and passengers in inland waters and harbors

Wherry

A wherry is a type of boat that was traditionally used for carrying cargo or passengers on rivers and canals in England, and is particularly associated with the River Thames and also with the Broadland rivers of Norfolk and Suffolk. ==Regional usage in Great Britain== London passenger wherries evolved into the Thames skiff, a gentleman`s rowing b....
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wherry

[n] - (British) sailing barge used especially in East Anglia 2. [n] - light rowboat for use in racing or for transporting goods and passengers in inland waters and harbors
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Wherry

• (n.) A long, narrow, light boat, sharp at both ends, for fast rowing or sailing; esp., a racing boat rowed by one person with sculls. • (n.) A liquor made from the pulp of crab apples after the verjuice is expressed; -- sometimes called crab wherry. • (n.) A passenger barge or lighter plying on rivers; also, a kind of light, half-d...
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wherry

noun sailing barge used especially in East Anglia
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Wherry

Wher'ry noun ; plural Wherries . [ Confer Icelandic hverfr shifty, crank, hverfa to turn, English whirl , wharf .] (Nautical) (a) A passenger barge or lighter plying on rivers; also, a kind of light, half-decked vessel used in fishing. [ Eng.]...
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wherry

A light, swift rowboat built for one person usually used in inland waters or harbors.
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wherry

light shallow boat; barge
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