a fishing reel mounted on a spinning rod, having a stationary spool on the side of which is a revolving metal arm that catches the line and winds it onto the spool as a handle is turned, the metal arm being disengaged during casting so the line spirals freely off the spool, carried by the cast lure.
noun 1. a flexible fishing rod, often made of fiberglass, used with a spinning reel.
noun 1. a device formerly used for spinning wool, flax, etc., into yarn or thread, consisting essentially of a single spindle driven by a large wheel operated by hand or foot. spinning wheel noun 1. a wheel-like machine for spinning at home, having one hand- or foot-operated spindle
spinobulbar spi·no·bul·bar (spī’nō-bŭl’bər, -bär’) adj. Relating to the medulla oblongata and the spinal cord.
spinocerebellum spi·no·cer·e·bel·lum (spī’nō-sěr’ə-běl’əm) n. See paleocerebellum.