a child’s suit, usually navy and white, with a collar that is squared off at the back like a sailor’s
noun 1. a repetition of an indecisive or interrupted run of a racing yacht.
noun, Naval Architecture. 1. a side elevation of a sailing vessel showing all sails and spars and some or all of the standing rigging, as if set directly fore-and-aft so that the true proportions are visible: sometimes combined with the rigging plan of the vessel.
noun 1. a very light glider that can be lifted by an upward current of air. verb (used without object), sailplaned, sailplaning. 2. to soar in a sailplane. noun 1. a high-performance glider
adjective 1. a Scot word for soft