full-rigged


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full-rigged

 (fo͝ol′rĭgd′)
adj. Nautical
Square-rigged on each mast: a full-rigged ship.

full-rigged

adj
(Nautical Terms) (of a sailing vessel) having three or more masts rigged square
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Gray not only saved his money, but being suddenly smit with the desire to rise, also studied his profession, and he is now mate and part owner of a fine full-rigged ship, married besides, and the father of a family.
tell me that, man, if you can; where away did’ee ever fall in with a full-rigged, regular-built, necked vessel?
When once the idea took hold Perry was most enthusiastic about it, and nothing would do but a four-masted, full-rigged ship.
Neither of us knew much about sailing a full-rigged ship; but that didn't worry me a great deal, for I was confident that we should never be called upon to do so, and as the day of launching approached I was positive of it.
Didn't the full-rigged ship, the whaler Essex, sink off the west coast of South America, twelve hundred miles from the nearest land for the small boats to cover, and all because of a big cow whale that butted her into kindling-wood?
On each shell were painted precipitous and impossible seas through which full-rigged ships foamed with a lack of perspective only equalled by their sharp technical perfection.
Presently Gilbert said, with a change of tone, "Do I or do I not see a full-rigged ship sailing up our lane?
The 450-ton full-rigged sailing vessel will be built in West Palm Beach as a public demonstration of historic wooden ship building.
Launched in July 2000, the Royal Clipper is the first five-masted, full-rigged sailing ship to be built since 1902 and is the world's largest clipper ship with a mast height of 197ft and 42 sails stretching to a total of 56,000sqft.
The brainchild of Swedish entrepreneur Mikael Krafft, Star Clippers owns three full-rigged, four- and five-mast sailing ships.
He devised as the journal's logo a full-rigged ship with the motto Lux a peregre, 'Light from abroad.