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Definition of "full-rigged" [full-rigged]

  • Fully rigged; with all the sails set that properly belong to the class of vessel named or referred to: as, a full-rigged ship. See ship.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "full-rigged" in a sentence
  • "A full-rigged ship was bearing down upon them a short mile away."
  • "In fact, she was a full-rigged, three-topmast schooner, newly built."
  • "On each shell were painted precipitous and impossible seas through which full-rigged ships foamed with a lack of perspective only equalled by their sharp technical perfection."
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