[fawr-stey, fohr-] /ˈfɔrˌsteɪ, ˈfoʊr-/
a stay leading aft and upward from the stem or knightheads of a vessel to the head of the fore lower mast; the lowermost stay of a foremast.
a stay leading aft and upwards toward the mainmast of a sloop, knockabout, cutter, ketch, yawl, or dandy.
(nautical) an adjustable stay leading from the truck of the foremast to the deck, stem, or bowsprit, for controlling the motion or bending of the mast
[fawr-stey-seyl, fohr-; Nautical fawr-stey-suh l, fohr-] /ˌfɔrˈsteɪˌseɪl, ˌfoʊr-; Nautical ˌfɔrˈsteɪ səl, ˌfoʊr-/ noun 1. a triangular set on a ; the innermost headsail of a vessel. /fɔːˈsteɪˌseɪl; nautical fɔːˈsteɪsəl/ noun 1. (nautical) the triangular headsail set aftermost on a vessel
[fawr-uh-ster, for-] /ˈfɔr ə stər, ˈfɒr-/ noun 1. a person who is expert in . 2. an officer having responsibility for the maintenance of a . 3. . 4. Zoology. an animal of the . 5. a large, gray kangaroo, Macropus canguru. 6. any moth of the family Agaristidae, typically black with two yellowish or […]
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