Quaco in a sentence

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How to use quaco in a sentence. Quaco pronunciation.

There's no jokin, no nonsense about Quaco Ledge; mind I tell you.
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I always calc'late to give Quaco Ledge the widest kine o' berth.
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The boat followed the impulse of the wind, and the young sailor saw with delight that his experiment was successful, and before long the dark rocks of Quaco Ledge were lost to view.
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But we'd ought to get to Quaco by noon, I calc'late.
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We're not more'n a mile above Quaco Harbor, but we can't fetch it with wind an tide agin us; so we've got to put out some distance an anchor.
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It's my firm belief that we'll be in Quaco by noon.
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Nothing had been heard by any one about any drifting boat, and they were at last compelled to see that in Quaco there was no further hope of gaining any information whatever about Tom.
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Finally, it had not been harmed by landing on Quaco Ledge.
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First there was the fog, which made our search useless; and now, when there comes a bright day, when we can see where we're going, here we are tied up in Quaco all day and all night.
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Standing amidships, he held the fog horn in one hand, and in the other he held a battered old cap which supplied the place of the old straw hat lost at Quaco.
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Examples of Quaco

Example #1
It's the one great, gen'ral, an standin terror of this dangerous and iron-bound bay.
Example #2
I should rayther hope you had.
Example #3
I hope you'll never know anythin more about that same place than what I'm tellin you now.
Example #4
Time passed on, and they still drifted, and at length ten o'clock came; but before that time the boys had gone below, and retired for the night.
Example #5
Now, where there is a definite object to steer by, or a compass to guide one, and a decent rudder, even an inexperienced hand can manage to come somewhere near the point that he aims at.
Example #6
Eagerly Tom pushed it away from the shoal; eagerly, and with trembling hands, he let the sail unfold, and thrust the board into the water astern.