This time no calm hampered the ship-of-war; and, making all sail, she dashed into their midst.
In a ship-of-war, used for washing decks (one of the midship pumps).
And it was a ship-of-war, too, one observed, its decks cleared for action!
He then embarked on a ship-of-war, and was again conveyed to France.
He next took service under Peter the Great, and commanded a Russian ship-of-war.
I do not think those top-gallant-sails have the symmetry of the canvas of a ship-of-war.
When said of a ship-of-war, implies the number of guns she carries.
This is a ship-of-war, (or kings ship,) not a merchants ship.
In executing the duties of a ship-of-war, there should be no volunteering allowed.
The survivors were conveyed to Nagasaki in a British ship-of-war.