carrack, carack (n.) Old form(s): Carecke , Carract, Carrects
galleon, large merchant ship, also fitted out for war
CE III.ii.144[Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse, of Spain and the kitchen wench] who sent whole armadoes of carracks to be ballast at her nose
Oth I.ii.50[Iago to Cassio, of Othello] he tonight hath boarded a land carack [F Carract]
TNK III.iv.14[Gaoler's Daughter alone] then would I make / A carrack of a cockleshell
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