- Easy past tight and previous participle of neap.
- Left aground regarding the level of a spring wave, stopping drifting till next spring tide.
- Left aground from the level of a spring tide, so that it cannot float till the following spring tide; -- called additionally beneaped.
- Left a ground because of the spring tides, such that it cannot be floated before the after that spring-tide: stated of a ship or watercraft. In addition beneaped.
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- whenever a boat works aground through…