At these words, Barnaby furled his flag, and tied it round the pole.
Sails were furled, others were reefed, and all was made fairly snug.
Her sails were furled; the slide of her scuttle hatch was closed and padlocked.
The little yacht was in the water now, still helpless because of her furled sails.
The sails had been furled, but the wind and the water needed no aid.
The jib was not furled, but got ready to "let go" in case of fierce gusts.
The sail flapped idly against the mast, and John had it furled.
Night came on with the breeze freshening, and the top-gallant-sail was furled.
Their use is to make the sail fast to the yard when it is to be furled.
The situation of a ship at sea when all her sails are furled.