I thought, by the cut of your jibs, you were the right sort.
I remember him when he was much younger than you are, and your jibs are cut much alike.
Jibs, staysails, and gaff-sails; in fact, all sails which are not set to yards.
With jibs and fore-and-aft sails, the tack confines them amidships.
They set that, cast two jibs and the staysail loose, and let them lie.
The foresail came down with a run, and the jibs flew in from the bowsprit.
The jibs should be snap-hooked on the stay; in this way they can be quickly shifted.
It carried two jibs, besides the forestaysail, but these were now furled.
Then he quickly trimmed in on the sheets, and the jibs began to draw.
If the horse runs straight, he will win the race, but if he jibs, he will be nowhere.