reef[ reef ]SEE DEFINITION OF reef
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REEF
He had himself been obliged to bail out three times, running in from the reef.
I said, standing on the steps like a captain ordering his men to take in a reef.
I might even sweep the reef, on an emergency, by using old iron for shot!
"This is a part of the reef, then, that is never covered," said he.
The helm was attended to, and the boat drew slowly from the reef and ahead.
I fear that the day will dawn and find us still within the reef.
The Arabs of the ship called to those on the reef, and the latter answered.
The reef must first be cleared, and then the ship shall be carried.
To clear the reef was nothing; but to carry the ship was a serious affair.
Paul then signed to the raft and to the reef, as much as to tell the other to withdraw his party.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REEF
- anchor it
- bog down
- cut back
- cut down
- ease off
- ease up
- hit the brakes
- hold back
- hold up
- keep waiting
- let down flaps
- lose speed
- lose steam
- reduce speed
- rein in
- set back
- wind down