Thesaurus / mast

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There is no rear propellor in the traditional sense, and it has no need of a sail, which is the rectangular chimney-like structure that sits atop every submarine, because the direct-view periscope has been replaced by camera-equipped optronic masts.
This has led some people to set telecom masts on fire—there were at least 140 arson attacks in the first half of the year—and to threaten the engineers who deploy 5G infrastructure.
The schooner was typically defined as a relatively small marine vessel with two or more masts – with fore and aft sails on both these masts.
For the first time I dared to cease rowing, and stepping the mast, hoisted my sail.
IN THE EASTERN SEASW.H.G. KINGSTON
If were forced to clear for action, well nail the flag to the mast.
THE PROTECTORHAROLD BINDLOSS
Two casks of wine were demanded, one from before and the other from behind the mast.
OLD CHURCH LOREWILLIAM ANDREWS
Silence; nothing stirred except the yearling who had returned to the mast and was eagerly nosing among the acorns.
THE DANGER MARKROBERT W. CHAMBERS
We can have the yacht, then, General, mast and sail and all?
About four o'clock Hans rises, clambers up the mast, and reaches the truck itself.
A collar of ropes formerly wound round the head of the mast, to keep the shrouds from chafing.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH

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