dismast definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Nautical To remove or break off the mast of.
    • To rob of a mast of masts; to split and carry away the masts from.
    • Nautical to get rid of or break off the mast of.
    • To deprive of a mast of masts; to break and carry away the masts from.
    • Nautical to get rid of or break-off the mast of.
    • To deprive of a mast of masts; to split and carry away the masts from.
  • verb:
    • to-break from the mast (of a ship), particularly by gunfire.
    • to split from the mast (of a ship), specially by gunfire.
    • To break off the mast (of a ship), especially by gunfire.
  • others:
    • To rob of a mast or masts; break and carry away the masts from: as, a dismasted ship.
    • To rob of a mast or masts; break and carry away the masts from: as, a dismasted ship.
    • To rob of a mast or masts; break and carry away the masts from: as, a dismasted ship.

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