# Square-rigger

[skwair-rigd] /ˈskwɛərˈrɪgd/

**adjective**, Nautical.

1.

having square sails as the principal sails.

square-rigger

**noun**

1.

(nautical) a square-rigged ship

square-rigged

**adjective**

1.

(nautical) rigged with square sails

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