Definition of Royalmasts

1. royalmast [n] - See also: royalmast



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Royalmasts

royalisin
royalism
royalisms
royalist
royalists
royalization
royalize
royalized
royalizes
royalizing
royall
royaller
royallest
royally
royalmast
royalmasts (current term)
royalme
royals
royalties
royalty
royne
royned
roynes
royning
roynish
royst
roysted
royster
roystered
roystering

Literary usage of Royalmasts

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1. The Merchant's and Mechanic's Assistant: Being a Collection of Rules and by Isaac Ridler Butts (1856)
"AH royalmasts. two-thirds their respective ... All Royal-Poles, two-fifths their respective royalmasts. BOWSPRIT, outboard, six-sevenths of the breadth of ..."

2. A Tale of Two Oceans: A New Story by an Old Californian : an Account of a by Ezekiel I. Barra (1893)
"The ship now looks trim and shapely, as the topmasts and topgallant and royalmasts have all been scraped and slushed, the bulwarks painted inside and out, ..."

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