Q-ship



[kyoo-ship] /ˈkyuˌʃɪp/

noun
1.
an armed combat ship disguised as a merchant vessel to attract submarines within attack range.
noun
1.
a merchant ship with concealed guns, used to decoy enemy ships into the range of its weapons

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