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synonyms for catted

  • bore
  • bulldoze
  • burrow
  • clean
  • discover
  • dredge
  • drill
  • enter
  • excavate
  • exhume
  • go into
  • gouge
  • harvest
  • penetrate
  • scoop
  • search
  • shovel
  • sift
  • uncover
  • unearth
  • channel
  • deepen
  • depress
  • drive
  • grub
  • hoe
  • investigate
  • mine
  • pierce
  • pit
  • probe
  • produce
  • quarry
  • root
  • rout
  • sap
  • spade
  • till
  • tunnel
  • undermine
  • break up
  • concave
  • dig down
  • fork out
  • root out
  • scoop out
  • turn over
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antonyms for catted

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  • bury
  • cover
  • fill
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How to use catted in a sentence

This work may have occupied us four hours; after which, the stream-anchor was hove up, catted and fished.
AFLOAT AND ASHOREJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
The topsails and top-gallant sails were set; then the anchor was hauled up to the hawse-hole, catted and fished.
OUTWARD BOUNDOLIVER OPTIC
The anchor was at the hawse hole, was "catted and fished;" and the Ben Lomond moved on again, with the pilot on the bridge.
BRAVE OLD SALTOLIVER OPTIC
The rope rove for the cat-purchase, by which the anchor is raised to the cat-head or catted.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH
To turn up the flukes of an anchor to the gunwale for stowage, after being catted.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH
Keep her under this sail until the anchor is catted and fished, then make sail and stand out.
THE SEAMAN'S FRIENDRICHARD HENRY DANA
While the boat pulled offshore and dropped the starboard anchor the port was broken out and catted.
IN THE TRACK OF THE TRADESLEWIS R. FREEMAN
It was light now, and in a very few minutes the canvas was spread and the anchor catted.
AT ABOUKIR AND ACREGEORGE ALFRED HENTY
We watched her standing over towards the opposite shore, until the mate got the anchor catted.
A FLOATING HOMECYRIL IONIDES
The next instant, Mr. Leach reported the anchor catted and fished.
HOMEWARD BOUNDJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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