ringbolt


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ring·bolt

 (rĭng′bōlt′)
n.
A bolt having a ring fitted through its eye.

ringbolt

(ˈrɪŋˌbəʊlt)
n
(Building) a bolt with a ring fitted through an eye attached to the bolt head

ring•bolt

(ˈrɪŋˌboʊlt)

n.
a bolt with a ring fitted in an eye at its head.
Translations

ringbolt

[ˈrɪŋbəʊlt] Nperno m con anillo (Naut) → cáncamo m
References in classic literature ?
Hiding his canoe, still afloat, among these thickets, with its prow seaward, he sat down in the stern, paddle low in hand; and when the ship was gliding by, like a flash he darted out; gained her side; with one backward dash of his foot capsized and sank his canoe; climbed up the chains; and throwing himself at full length upon the deck, grappled a ringbolt there, and swore not to let it go, though hacked in pieces.
And if the second mate hap- pened to be there (he had generally one day in three free of fever) I would find him sitting on the skylight half senseless, as it were, and with an idiotic gaze fastened on some object near by--a rope, a cleat, a belaying pin, a ringbolt.
With a keen cutting-spade, Queequeg lances the gums; then the jaw is lashed down to ringbolts, and a tackle being rigged from aloft, they drag out these teeth, as Michigan oxen drag stumps of old oaks out of wild wood-lands.
Her bulwarks were gone fore and aft, and one saw her bare deck low-lying like a raft and swept clean of boats, spars, houses - of everything except the ringbolts and the heads of the pumps.
Among the great beams, bulks, and ringbolts of the ship, and the emigrant-berths, and chests, and bundles, and barrels, and heaps of miscellaneous baggage -'lighted up, here and there, by dangling lanterns; and elsewhere by the yellow daylight straying down a windsail or a hatchway - were crowded groups of people, making new friendships, taking leave of one another, talking, laughing, crying, eating and drinking; some, already settled down into the possession of their few feet of space, with their little households arranged, and tiny children established on stools, or in dwarf elbow-chairs; others, despairing of a resting-place, and wandering disconsolately.
Tesco also scored a hit with Ringbolt Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (PS12.
Tesco Finest* Vina del Cura Rioja Reserva 2012 (PS8) won both an IWC gold medal and the title of Great Value Red under PSTesco also scored a hit with Ringbolt Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (PS12.