Now the Dreadnought she lies in the River Mersey, Because of the tugboat to take her to sea; But when she's off soundings you shortly will know
Now the Dreadnought she's howlin' 'crost the Banks o' Newfoundland, Where the water's all shallow and the bottom's all sand.
There were scores of verses, for he worked the Dreadnought every mile of the way between Liverpool and New York as conscientiously as though he were on her deck, and the accordion pumped and the fiddle squeaked beside him.
Guppy, divesting himself of his wet dreadnought
in the hall.
said stout John Peerybingle, pulling on his dreadnought coat.
It lay in the usual place-- the Carrier's dreadnought pocket--with the little pouch, her own work, from which she was used to fill it, but her hand shook so, that she entangled it (and yet her hand was small enough to have come out easily, I am sure), and bungled terribly.
Such was her speed that a bore was raised by her nose like that which a Dreadnought
or an Atlantic liner raises on the sea.
To complete the group, it is necessary to recognise in this disconcerted dodger, an individual very pale from sea- sickness, who had shaved his beard and brushed his hair, last, at Liverpool: and whose only article of dress (linen not included) were a pair of dreadnought
trousers; a blue jacket, formerly admired upon the Thames at Richmond; no stockings; and one slipper.
I pressed my thumb upon the button which controls the ray of repulsion, that splendid discovery of the Martians which permits them to navigate the thin atmosphere of their planet in huge ships that dwarf the dreadnoughts
of our earthly navies into pitiful significance.
The only loud noises they can abide are the martial sounds of war, the clash of arms, the collision of two mighty dreadnoughts
of the air.
I warned him, however, not to be too ambitious, and to forget about dreadnoughts
and armored cruisers for a while and build instead a few small sailing-boats that could be manned by four or five men.
Cuniberti designed the first Italian dreadnought