Frigate - a medium size square-rigged warship of the 18th and 19th centuries combat ship, war vessel, warship - a government ship that is available for waging war.
A fast naval vessel of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, generally having a lofty ship rig and being heavily armed on one or two decks.To show the way to: conduct, direct, escort, guide, pilot, route, shepherd, show, steer, usher.(redirected from, sailing frigate also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.Phrasal verb lead off phrasal verb lead to noun.Destroyer escort n (Military) a lightly armed warship smaller than a destroyer, designed to escort fleets or convoys destroyer escort.Times, Sunday Times (2016)I had to have a police escort home - two cars in front of me two behind me and police motorbikes alongside.A piece of information useful in a search: clue, scent.French frégate, from Italian fregata.(Horse Training, Riding Manège) archaic a horseman, esp one who is armed C16: from Italian cavaliere, from Old Provençal cavalier, from Late Latin caballrius rider, from caballus horse, of obscure origin cavalierly adv Cavalier (kævl) n (Historical Terms) naughty flirt free a supporter of Charles I during the.The Sun (2016)She has placed an ad with an online escort agency which will take a 20 per cent cut of the fee.Times, Sunday Times (2008)THE passenger whose hoax bomb threat saw a plane diverted under a fighter jet escort leaves court yesterday after owning.A warship that is smaller than a destroyer and used primarily for escort duty.) of or pertaining to Cavaliers or Cavalier poets.Something or someone that shows the way: conductor, director, escort, guide, leader, pilot, shepherd, usher.Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our police escort told us it was a school.The Sun (2015)There was an armed guard escorting.Christianity Today (2000) Real elephants sometimes wandered the camp paths and a guard escorted us home after dark.Times, Sunday Times (2014)The hospital said patients get escorted leave after assessment and justice ministry consent.To go through (life) in a certain way: live, pass, pursue.194045, thesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonyms, legend: Switch to new thesaurus, noun.