from one side of a to the other.
Athwart—Across, as athwartships, meaning that a thing is lying across the vessel.
On Yacht Sailing Thomas Fleming Day
For a boat to take along, I made shift to cut a castaway dory in two athwartships, boarding up the end where it was cut.
Sailing Alone Around The World Joshua Slocum
A torrent poured down the athwartships alleyway, and nearly swept me from my feet.
The Sea and the Jungle H. M. Tomlinson
At all times except when whales were alongside, this bench was securely lashed athwartships against the rear of the Try-works.
Moby Dick; or The Whale Herman Melville
(nautical) from one side to the other of a vessel at right angles to the keel
athymia athymia a·thy·mi·a (ə-thī’mē-ə) n. The absence of emotion; morbid impassivity. The absence of the thymus gland or the suppression of its secretion. Also called athymism.
athymism athymism a·thy·mism (ə-thī’mĭz’əm) n. See athymia.
athyroidism athyroidism a·thy·roid·ism (ā-thī’roi-dĭz’əm, ə-thī’-) or a·thy·re·a (ā-thī’rē-ə, ə-thī’-) or a·thy·ro·sis (ā’thī-rō’sĭs, āth’ī-) n. The absence of the thyroid gland or the suppression of its secretion. a’thy·rot’ic (ā’thī-rŏt’ĭk, āth’ī-) adj.
noun a type of parka worn by the Inuit in Canada