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Citation: chasse-marées
Language: French
References: Post Captain, pages 140, 153
The Letter of Marque, page 116
Blue at the Mizzen, page 70
Meaning: lit.: chase-tides; usually coastal privateers, often rigged as a luggers, but can just refer to similar fishing vessels

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