rigged in the manner of a yawl.
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yowl; howl. noun a two-masted sailing vessel, rigged fore-and-aft, with a large mainmast and a small mizzenmast stepped aft of the rudderpost compare ketch, sloop a ship’s small boat, usually rowed by four or six oars verb (intransitive) (brit, dialect) to howl, weep, or scream harshly; yowl n.
causing or arousing yawns, especially as the result of boredom, tedium, or the like: a yawnful story about her childhood.
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an infectious, nonvenereal tropical disease, primarily of children, characterized by raspberrylike eruptions of the skin and caused by a spirochete, treponema pertenue, that is closely related to the agent of syphilis. to deviate temporarily from a straight course, as a ship. (of an aircraft) to have a motion about its vertical axis. (of a rocket […]
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