footrope definition

  • noun:
    • Nautical A rope connected to the lower border of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to stand in during the reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope connected to the reduced section of a sail
    • a rope mounted on a yard that sailors stood to stabilize it whenever furling or reefing
    • The line rigged below a yard, where men remain whenever reefing or furling; -- formerly called a horse.
    • That area of the boltrope to which the low edge of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the reduced side of a sail is sewed.
    • A rope extended under a yard through the middle on yardarm, and beneath the jib- and spanker-booms, for the males to stand on while reefing or furling.
    • Nautical A rope connected to the reduced border of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to stand on during the reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope attached to the reduced section of a sail
    • a rope mounted on a yard that sailors endured onto stabilize it when furling or reefing
    • The line rigged below a yard, upon which males stand whenever reefing or furling; -- previously labeled as a horse.
    • Nautical A rope connected to the reduced edge of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to stand on during reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope connected to the reduced part of a sail
    • a rope mounted on a yard that sailors stood on to stabilize it whenever furling or reefing
    • Nautical A rope attached to the lower edge of a sail.
    • The rope rigged below a yard, where males remain whenever reefing or furling; -- formerly labeled as a horse.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to face in through the reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope attached to the lower section of a sail
    • a rope attached to a yard that sailors endured to support it whenever furling or reefing
    • The line rigged below a yard, where males stand when reefing or furling; -- formerly called a horse.
    • That an element of the boltrope to which the low edge of a sail is sewed.
    • That the main boltrope to which the low edge of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope that the reduced side of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the reduced edge of a sail is sewed.
    • A rope extended under a yard through the center on yardarm, and underneath the jib- and spanker-booms, when it comes to men to face on while reefing or furling.
    • A rope extended under a yard from middle into yardarm, and in jib- and spanker-booms, when it comes to guys to stand on while reefing or furling.
    • Nautical A rope attached to the lower border of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to face on during reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope attached to the lower element of a sail
    • a rope mounted on a yard that sailors stood to support it when furling or reefing
    • The rope rigged below a yard, upon which men stand when reefing or furling; -- formerly called a horse.
    • That part of the boltrope to which the lower edge of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the low side of a sail is sewed.
    • A rope extended under a yard from the middle into yardarm, and in jib- and spanker-booms, for men to face on while reefing or furling.
    • That an element of the boltrope that the reduced edge of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the lower side of a sail is sewed.
    • A rope extended under a yard through the center into the yardarm, and underneath the jib- and spanker-booms, for the males to face on while reefing or furling.
    • Nautical A rope connected to the lower edge of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope attached to the reduced border of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope attached to the reduced border of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to face in through the reefing or furling of sail.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to stand in throughout the reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope connected to the lower part of a sail
    • a rope attached to a yard that sailors stood to support it whenever furling or reefing
    • The line rigged below a yard, where males stand when reefing or furling; -- formerly labeled as a horse.
    • That an element of the boltrope to which the reduced edge of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the low side of a sail is sewed.
    • A rope extended under a yard through the center to the yardarm, and beneath the jib- and spanker-booms, for the males to face on while reefing or furling.
    • Nautical A rope attached to the lower edge of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to stand on during reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope attached to the lower section of a sail
    • a rope mounted on a yard that sailors stood on to stabilize it whenever furling or reefing
    • The line rigged below a yard, where guys stand when reefing or furling; -- formerly labeled as a horse.
    • That part of the boltrope to which the lower side of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the low side of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical A rope connected to the lower border of a sail.
    • A rope extended under a yard from the middle to your yardarm, and in jib- and spanker-booms, the men to face on while reefing or furling.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to face in during the reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope attached to the reduced element of a sail
    • a rope attached to a yard that sailors endured to support it whenever furling or reefing
    • The line rigged below a yard, upon which males stand when reefing or furling; -- formerly called a horse.
    • That an element of the boltrope that the low side of a sail is sewed.
    • a rope connected to the lower part of a sail
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope that the reduced edge of a sail is sewed.
    • A rope extended under a yard through the middle towards the yardarm, and in jib- and spanker-booms, when it comes to males to stand on while reefing or furling.
    • a rope mounted on a yard that sailors endured onto support it when furling or reefing
    • The line rigged below a yard, upon which men stand when reefing or furling; -- previously called a horse.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to face in throughout the reefing or furling of sail.
    • Nautical A rope attached to the reduced edge of a sail.
    • That area of the boltrope to which the reduced edge of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical A rope connected to the reduced edge of a sail.
    • Nautical A rope, rigged beneath a yard, for sailors to face on throughout the reefing or furling of sail.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the lower edge of a sail is sewed.
    • a rope connected to the reduced element of a sail
    • a rope attached to the lower section of a sail
    • Nautical a line, rigged beneath a lawn, for sailors to stand in during reefing or furling of sail.
    • a rope mounted on a yard that sailors stood to support it whenever furling or reefing
    • A rope extended under a yard from the middle towards the yardarm, and underneath the jib- and spanker-booms, the males to stand on while reefing or furling.
    • a rope mounted on a yard that sailors endured onto support it when furling or reefing
    • a rope attached to the reduced element of a sail
    • The line rigged below a yard, upon which guys stay whenever reefing or furling; -- formerly called a horse.
    • a rope attached to a yard that sailors stood on to stabilize it when furling or reefing
    • The rope rigged below a yard, upon which guys stay whenever reefing or furling; -- previously labeled as a horse.
    • That an element of the boltrope that the reduced side of a sail is sewed.
    • The rope rigged below a yard, upon which men stay whenever reefing or furling; -- formerly called a horse.
    • That area of the boltrope that the lower edge of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the low edge of a sail is sewed.
    • That part of the boltrope to which the reduced side of a sail is sewed.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope to which the low edge of a sail is sewed.
    • A rope extended under a yard from the middle to the yardarm, and in jib- and spanker-booms, the men to stand on while reefing or furling.
    • A rope extended under a yard from middle toward yardarm, and under the jib- and spanker-booms, the guys to face on while reefing or furling.
    • Nautical: The bolt-rope that the low side of a sail is sewed.
    • A rope extended under a yard through the middle to your yardarm, and beneath the jib- and spanker-booms, when it comes to guys to stand on while reefing or furling.

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