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OAKHAM or OAKUM to OPEN with a place

OPENING to OUT-FIT
OPENING
ORDINARY
ORLOP
OVER-BOARD
OVER-CAST-STAFF
OVER-HAULING
OVER-MASTED
OVER-SETTING
OUT
OUT-FIT

OUT OF TRIM to OWNER


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OUT

OUT, (dehors, Fr.) an expression frequently used at sea, implying the situation of the sails when they are set, or extended, to assist the ship's course; as opposed to in; which is also applied, in the contrary sense, to signify that such sails are furled.


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