Carmichael was still inspired, and was, indeed, now in full sail.
"It's just what we need to carry the dinner off full sail," she added earnestly.
There came a gallant merchant-ship, full sail to Plymouth Bay.
This appears to be an enormous ship in full sail upon the sea.
After this he set aside the donkey and cart in favour of the ship in full sail.
The four-poster once more took on its likeness to a ship in full sail.
The picture was of a blue ship in full sail on a blue ocean.
It was a man-of-war in full sail, looming up like a mountain.
From one of these they perceived seven vessels in full sail bearing to the fleet.
With a fair wind for the Point of Ayr, full sail was stretched.