[ lˈʌɡə], [ lˈʌɡə], [ l_ˈʌ_ɡ_ə]
How to use "Lugger" in context?
The lugger is an ancient sailing vessel, most commonly found in the North Atlantic and the North Sea. It is a three-masted rigged vessel, with a square rigged foremast and a aft rigged mainmast. The lugger is a traditional fishing vessel and is also used for coastal smuggling, piracy, and privateering.
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