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WAD to WARP

WASH to WATER-LINES

WATER-LOGGED to WAY of a ship

WEARING to WELL-ROOM
WEARING
WEATHER
WEATHER-BEATEN
To WEATHER
WEATHER-BIT
WEATHER-SHORE
To WEIGH
WELL
WELL of a fishing-vessel
WELL-ROOM

WHARF to WIND

WIND to WINDLASS

WINDSAIL to WRECK


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WEATHER-SHORE

WEATHER-SHORE, a name given by seamen to the shore lying to the windward.


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