She was turning her back on the Cage, the fore-part of the deck and the edge of the nearest forest.
The knee-pieces at the fore-part on the outside at the height of the gunwale.
An archaic form of forecastle of a ship; it means the fore-part of a vessel.
She was among the number of those who were in the fore-part of the vessel, and which clung to the rock.
Sam found in the fore-part of the boat the iron plate on which he built his fire.
Not a man lives of the crew or guard in the fore-part of the vessel.
The fore-part of one of them is figured in the adjoining woodcut.
Cuddy: A cabin under the deck, put in the fore-part of small boats.
The fore-part of the deck was the place at which they performed their devotions.
The hair of the fore-part of his body is longer than that on the hind part.