|a support for something constructed, adjuster for drum tension, appliance affixed to teeth, bracer, bracket connecting lines of music, clamp, pair, prepare for something, reinforce, strengthen, rest, prop; rope on a sailboat; pair, couple, rope control...||brace|
|aircraft or spacecraft, be sent to stores, bring oars inside boat, go on ship, large boat, large square-rigged sailboat, large vessel made for sailing on the sea; aircraft, send somebody, dispatch; transport by ship (or airplane, truck, etc.); put on b...||ship|
|barrier across a trench, barrier within a building, pass over; oppose, thwart, crossbeam, crossing, passage across; formal denial of a claim made by the other party; zig-zag course (e.g. by a sailboat); protective embankment around a trench; small area...||traverse|
|begin sea journey, blade of windmill, cruise in a sailboat, take a trip in a sailing ship; drive a sailboat, operate and navigate a sailing ship, drive boat or ship, fabric catching wind on boat, go by vessel on water, journey in vessel, move on water,...||sail|
|boat for shallow water, small rowboat or sailboat designed for shallow waters||shallop|
|boat for transporting passengers, fast boat; someone or something which cuts; cutting tool (i.e. knife), sharp tool, single-masted sailboat, small armed patrol boat, small sleigh, somebody who cuts something, somebody who reduces something||cutter|
|boat race, sailboat race; organized series of boat races||regatta|
|boat with one mast, sailboat with single sail||catboat|
|bracket on rowing boat, oil-rig worker, one who rigs; one who fits or installs sails on a sailboat; one who operates pulleys or hoisting devices, scaffolding worker, ship, somebody who rigs boats||rigger|
|calm, soothe; keep wind from sails, soothe somebody, stop a sailboat||becalm|
|characteristic of a dandy, dandy roll, excellent, excellent person or thing, foppish, suggestive of a dandy (man excessively concerned with his clothes and appearance); very good (Slang), man too concerned with appearance, sailboat||dandy|
|flat fishing sailboat, flat-bottomed fishing boat equipped with triangular sails (Nautical); sharper; alert person, quick-witted person, sharpy||sharpie|
|flat-bottomed boat with square ends used for loading and unloading bulk material, freight barge, sailboat||scow|
|grommet, protective eyelet in a fabric that prevents ripping of the material or of a rope passing through it; ring of metal or plastic; ring of rope on a sailboat (Nautical)||grummet|
|grummet, protective eyelet, reinforcement around eyelet, ring of rope on a sailboat (Nautical); ring of metal or plastic, ring to fasten a sail||grommet|
|keel of a sailboat, retractable keel||centerboard|
|keep sailboat upright||hike out|
|large sailboat; crew member of a large sailboat; talkative person (Slang), large sailing ship||windjammer|
|light sailboat; dinghy, boat used as a service vessel for another boat, small boat||pinnace|
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