shipwreck


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Synonyms for shipwreck

to damage, disable, or destroy (a seacraft)

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a wrecked ship (or a part of one)

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an irretrievable loss

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an accident that destroys a ship at sea

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ruin utterly

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suffer failure, as in some enterprise

cause to experience shipwreck

destroy a ship

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He does present eight thousand years of history as situated by sixteen shipwrecks, from dugout canoes to the wreck of Costa Concordia.
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An estimated 3 million shipwrecks are scattered across the planets oceans.
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By doing this, it is hoped to enhance the conservation and display of the 4th century BC shipwreck so that it may continue to represent the common history of Cyprus and increase both communities' awareness of the importance of protecting, studying and preserving the island's maritime heritage," an announcement said.
The said shipwreck was reportedly a 202-foot long passenger steamship SS City of Chester that left San Francisco, heading up the California coast to Eureka, but sank after an apparent collision with the British ship RMS Oceanic some125 years ago in the San Francisco Bay off the Golden Gate Bridge.
We worked with Airworthy Productions on the project; their incredible archive of shipwreck video enabled us to showcase every preserve and Isle Royale in the half-hour presentation.
In this shipwreck trilogy we are exploring the recurrent obsessions of Shakespeare with migration, exile and the discovery of yourself through others," he says.
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Many of them involve the shipwreck of the SS Republic (1865), which is discussed in terms of experimental deep-sea archaeology, the coin collection, microbiological and chemical analysis of bottles, and religious artifacts.
Vesilind, Lost Gold of the Republic: The Remarkable Quest for the Greatest Shipwreck Treasure of the Civil War Era is the fascinating true story of the hunt for the SS Republic, a steamship that sank in 1865 during a deadly storm, 100 miles from the coast of Georgia.
The Giant Rat of Sumatra is a pirate ship, and our narrator is its 12-year-old cabin boy, known as Shipwreck because he survived one.
Letteratura Italiana 5:1982-90), in one of the surely very few texts remotely related to the subject that this book's bibliography does not mention, has called "tipicamente portoghese": the shipwreck narrative or shipwreck literature (relatos de naufragio).
Farnquist, director of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society's museum, located in Sault Sainte Marie, Mich.