dismast

Related to dismast: foremast, masted

dis·mast

 (dĭs-măst′)
tr.v. dis·mast·ed, dis·mast·ing, dis·masts Nautical
To remove or break off the mast of.

dismast

(dɪsˈmɑːst)
vb
(Nautical Terms) (tr) to break off the mast or masts of (a sailing vessel)
disˈmastment n

dis•mast

(dɪsˈmæst, -ˈmɑst)

v.t.
to deprive (a ship) of masts; break off the masts of.
[1740–50]

dismast


Past participle: dismasted
Gerund: dismasting

Imperative
dismast
dismast
Present
I dismast
you dismast
he/she/it dismasts
we dismast
you dismast
they dismast
Preterite
I dismasted
you dismasted
he/she/it dismasted
we dismasted
you dismasted
they dismasted
Present Continuous
I am dismasting
you are dismasting
he/she/it is dismasting
we are dismasting
you are dismasting
they are dismasting
Present Perfect
I have dismasted
you have dismasted
he/she/it has dismasted
we have dismasted
you have dismasted
they have dismasted
Past Continuous
I was dismasting
you were dismasting
he/she/it was dismasting
we were dismasting
you were dismasting
they were dismasting
Past Perfect
I had dismasted
you had dismasted
he/she/it had dismasted
we had dismasted
you had dismasted
they had dismasted
Future
I will dismast
you will dismast
he/she/it will dismast
we will dismast
you will dismast
they will dismast
Future Perfect
I will have dismasted
you will have dismasted
he/she/it will have dismasted
we will have dismasted
you will have dismasted
they will have dismasted
Future Continuous
I will be dismasting
you will be dismasting
he/she/it will be dismasting
we will be dismasting
you will be dismasting
they will be dismasting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dismasting
you have been dismasting
he/she/it has been dismasting
we have been dismasting
you have been dismasting
they have been dismasting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dismasting
you will have been dismasting
he/she/it will have been dismasting
we will have been dismasting
you will have been dismasting
they will have been dismasting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dismasting
you had been dismasting
he/she/it had been dismasting
we had been dismasting
you had been dismasting
they had been dismasting
Conditional
I would dismast
you would dismast
he/she/it would dismast
we would dismast
you would dismast
they would dismast
Past Conditional
I would have dismasted
you would have dismasted
he/she/it would have dismasted
we would have dismasted
you would have dismasted
they would have dismasted
Translations

dismast

[dɪsˈmɑːst] VTdesarbolar

dismast

[dɪsˈmɑːst] vtdémâter

dismast

vtentmasten
References in classic literature ?
At any rate, it was a harmless eccentricity, and may the god of gales, who took him away so abruptly between New Zealand and the Horn, let his soul rest in some Paradise of true seamen, where no amount of carrying on will ever dismast a ship!
And we talked of old ships, of sea-accidents, of break-downs, dismast ings; and of a man who brought his ship safe to Liverpool all the way from the River Platte under a jury rudder.
Aye, he was dismasted off Japan, said the old Gay-Head Indian once; but like his dismasted craft, he shipped another mast without coming home for it.
Yes, I have heard something curious on that score, sir; how that a dismasted man never entirely loses the feeling of his old spar, but it will be still pricking him at times.
Or we may even get dismasted. Ships have been dismasted in squalls simply because they weren't handled quick enough, and we have no power to whirl the yards around.
Von Horn ran the small boat within hailing distance of the dismasted hulk whose side was now lined with waving, gesticulating natives.
Two years ago he dismasted the Ghost in a gale on Bering Sea, whereupon the present masts were put in, which are stronger and heavier in every way.
- Schooner "Harry Randolph" dismasted on the way home from Newfoundland; Asa Musie, married, 32, Main Street, City, lost overboard.
Noting that one reason the Declaration is viewed with skepticism by the legal establishment is that "[t]he Lochner era produced a host of decisions linking the Declaration of Independence to extreme views of economic liberty," and the "lingering dismast" of economic liberty cases, (226) Carlton Larson has tried to sever the connection between the free market and the Declaration.
About three o'clock in the morning two seas came over us, and washed three hands overboard, and dismasted us.
Commander Tomy, who represented India in the international solo circumnavigation GGR 2018 had suffered back injuries after his yacht 'Thuriya' was dismasted due to extremely rough weather and sea condition in the Indian Ocean last month.