Not a pirate now remained alive on the deck of the ouzel Galley.
The deck of the ouzel Galley did indeed present a fearful scene.
The ouzel spends many winter nights in nooks and niches in the bank between the ice and the water.
Oh, what will become of the ouzel Galley if she is caught in this fearful gale!
He could no longer conceal his anxiety about the ouzel Galley.
These would make her more than a match for the ouzel Galley.
The ouzel Galley and most of the merchantmen ran up the lagoon till they came to an anchor off Kingston.
He had seen them, he declared, taken on board the ouzel Galley.
There floated the ouzel Galley, right ahead, in the centre of the lagoon.
Why, that is one of the fellows who betrayed the ouzel Galley into the hands of the enemy!
also ousel, from Old English osle "blackbird," from West Germanic *amslon- (cf. Old High German amsala, German amsel), probably from PIE *ams- "black, blackbird" (cf. Latin merula "blackbird," Welsh mwyalch "blackbird, thrush," Breton moualch "ouzel").