Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He does not appear even to have bilged, and most of his sails, and all of his yards, are in their places.

This barrel trick is only performed when a boat is bilged and full of water.

The sloop had lodged on the rock, bilged by the ragged granite.

About the same time Captain Purvis, while chasing a French ship, got his vessel on a ledge of rocks, where she was bilged.

And further the Depon'ts say not; but that the said Pink is Bilged on shoare, so that it is impossible to get her off.

Knees brought in from side to side over the floor ceiling and kelson, to support the bottom, if bilged or weak, for heavy cargo.

The second ship made no attempt to engage: her crew ran her ashore, and deserted, leaving her bilged in shallow water.

We cruised around the gulf a few days, and again stood for San Blass; running upon a reef we bilged our vessel.

Captain Stokes found the vessel lying on the rocks, bilged, and an utter wreck.

The vessel was soon got off again, but she had bilged in the starboard coal-bunker.