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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n- A plot of land at the front.

Usage examples (34)
  • ‘Surely,’ he said gently, ‘there will be enough left to square the foreyard.’
  • At last her foreyard went in the slings, and her main-topsail in ribbons, and she righted.
  • The foreyard, which did very well for mooring the anchors, was quite inadequate to the transport of passengers and provisions.
  • The foretop and topgallant – mast came down with a run and hung in wreckage on the fore – mast, with the foreyard vertical. for more
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