a ship, especially a warship, reduced in height by the removal of the upper deck.
verb (used with object), razeed, razeeing.
to cut down (a wooden ship) by removing the upper deck.
noun (pl) razees
a sailing ship that has had its upper deck or decks removed
verb (transitive) razees, razeeing, razeed
to remove the upper deck or decks of (a sailing ship)
[reyz] /reɪz/ verb (used with object), razed, razing. 1. to tear down; demolish; level to the ground: to raze a row of old buildings. 2. to shave or scrape off. /reɪz/ verb (transitive) 1. to demolish (a town, buildings, etc) completely; level (esp in the phrase raze to the ground) 2. to delete; erase 3. […]
/rəˈzuː/ noun 1. (Austral & NZ, informal) an imaginary coin: not a brass razoo, they took every last razoo
[rey-zer] /ˈreɪ zər/ noun 1. a sharp-edged instrument used especially for shaving the face or trimming the hair. 2. an electrically powered instrument used for the same purpose. verb (used with object) 3. to shave, cut, or remove with or as if with a razor. Idioms 4. on the razor’s edge, in a difficult or […]
[rey-zer-bak] /ˈreɪ zərˌbæk/ noun 1. a finback or rorqual. 2. a wild or semiwild hog with a ridgelike , common in the southern U.S. 3. a sharp narrow ridge or range of hills. adjective 4. Also, razorbacked, razor-backed. having a sharp ridge along the . /ˈreɪzəˌbæk/ noun 1. Also called finback. the common rorqual See […]