There was less water in the fore part; her bow was propped high on the ledges.
He clipped only the fore part of his head, as Homer says the Abantes did.
Hitherto they had not had time to examine the hold or the fore part of the vessel.
This was followed by a faint rustle from the fore part of the boat.
The fore part of the vessel had already been knocked to pieces.
By this time all communication with the fore part of the ship was cut off.
In the fore part were two berths, rather darker and closer than the rest.
The fore part of her, which was firmly wedged on the rocks, remained.
If the dog is to be taken from the sledge the fore part of the trace is unbuttoned.
The fire is kindled in the fore part, or ‘mouth of the tent.’