What is another word for coracle?

363 synonyms found


[ kˈɒɹəkə͡l], [ kˈɒɹəkə‍l], [ k_ˈɒ_ɹ_ə_k_əl]

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    How to use "Coracle" in context?

    The coracle is a type of low-built boat or raft, typically made of a single or multiple layers of carved wood, with a pointed bottom and a convex surface on the upper side. It is often associated with the Welsh, Irish and Manx Gaelic cultures. Coracles are assembled from spare planks, without the use of nails or other fasteners, and are typically lashed together with rope. A shallow trench is then dug in the swamp or river bed, and the planks are placed in the trench, overlapping one another and secured by binding them together with the rope.

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