[haw-zer-leyd, -ser-] /ˈhɔ zərˌleɪd, -sər-/

adjective, Ropemaking.
(def 1).
(of a rope) made up of three strands, the fibres (or yarns) of which have been twisted together in a left-handed direction. These three strands are then twisted together in a right-handed direction to make the rope


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