It is a strange conjunction this of roofs and mastheads, of walls and yard-arms.
Flags of welcome were run up to the mastheads of the schooners.
The boats were watched, from the mastheads, until they became specks in the distance.
Men were at the mastheads again, before daylight, on the 1st of January.
And over the houses were the mastheads of their three ships.
A few Dutch galliots lay moored ahead of us, with long scarlet pennons on their mastheads.
The sight of the Venetian flag, at the mastheads of the admiral's ship and the other galley, struck dismay into the Genoese.
The punctual and wearisome stars reappeared over our mastheads, but the air remained stagnant and oppressive.
The midshipmen went aloft to the mastheads, but still they were unable to catch sight of the combatants.
Faint, ruddy flashes of lightning flicker in the starlight upon her mastheads.