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Definition of "galleasses" [galleasses]

  • Plural form of galleass. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "galleasses" in a sentence
  • "In Henry VIII's day the English called similar ships "galleasses," a term that also meant a very heavy galley."
  • "The galleys and galleasses of Jamaillia's patrol fleet were tied there."
  • "It was difficult to keep the divisions closed up, and the tall galleasses especially felt the effect of the head wind, and some of the galleys had to assist them by towing."