an enclosure on a ship for housing a propeller shaft and a walk for oilers.
noun 1. a long pole forming the body of various weapons, as lances, halberds, or arrows. 2. something directed or barbed as in sharp attack: shafts of sarcasm. 3. a ray or beam: a shaft of sunlight. 4. a long, comparatively straight handle serving as an important or balancing part of an implement or device, […]
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noun 1. (archery) one of the two fletchings on an arrow Compare cock feather
noun, Archaeology. 1. a grave consisting of a deep, rectangular pit with vertical sides, roofed over with a stone slab.
noun 1. the horsepower delivered to the driving shaft of an engine, as measured by a torsion meter. Abbreviation: shp, SHP.