Thesaurus / sail through

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Pete was a good helmsman, and could be trusted in close quarters like those we were about to sail through.

The Flying Bo'sunArthur Mason

His ship lifting from the ocean to sail through the air has become the hydroplane.

Essays on the Greek RomancesElizabeth Hazelton Haight

Yes, really and truly, these little fish fly or sail through the air, for their fins balance them like a parachute.

Stories of CaliforniaElla M. Sexton

You remember Toby is just crazy to fly like the Wrights and all the other bird men who sail through the air in their aeroplanes?

Fast NineAlan Douglas

I used to wonder what it would be like to sail through the wide doorway in a car of my own.

The Heather-MoonC. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

Now I expected to be a butterfly with wings to sail through the air.

Eyelet-hole: Holes in a sail through which a lacing is passed or reef nettles rove.

Would she sail through the upper atmosphere—or come down like a stone?

If a storm comes on, too bad to sail through, we must come down and wait till it's over.

Thou forgettest, man, that a clumsy galliot could sail through the tightest clause, of these extra-legal compacts.

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