Pole mast

(Naut.) a mast formed from a single piece or from a single tree.

See also: Pole

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He was the commander and owner of the only tug-boat on the river, a very trim white craft of 150 tons or more, as elegantly neat as a yacht, with a round wheel-house rising like a glazed turret high above her sharp bows, and with one slen der varnished pole mast forward.
Withdrawn: | JM and VJ Howard Ltd, erection of 55kw wind turbine on a 36.5 metre mono pole mast with associated infrastructure on agricultural land, land at Black Moor Top, Blackmoorfoot Road, Meltham.
Vodafone is seeking planning consent for a 12-metre-high pole mast in the grounds of Colwyn Bay Cricket Club.
Planning officer Doreen Meeling said the applicant felt a lattice mast, which is less solid than a pole mast, was the most appropriate design.
• Automatic Weather Stations near RWY thresholds serving as Wind Measurement Systems contain sensors with accessories and data logger mounted on ten metre high fully frangible pole masts located by TDZ and Stop End of the runway.
Five tall, bare, pole masts rose above everything else in the far distance.