Antonyms for tallowed

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When that was done, we heeled her, scrubbed her Bottom, and tallowed it.

The ways have been tallowed for us, thus far, and I don't fully understand it.

The quarter-deck was here cut down, to make the ship the better for sailing, and her bottom was scrubbed and tallowed.

Nothing now held the ship but a single iron dog which bound the two tallowed surfaces together.

When it ceases to smoke, let the whole cool; or pour it into a hollow iron cone, warmed and tallowed.

After you have kept the matter in this condition for some minutes, pour it into an iron cone, first heated and tallowed.

They were prolific, excellent nurses, tallowed well, and yielded good mutton.

I sailed from the cove about noon, greased from top to toe, while my vessel was tallowed from keelson to truck.

Tallowed my boats with our candles and 193 launched them; they made considerable water.

But in running in for the town, you kept the lead going, out of question, and must have tallowed as usual.