Definition of Ryepeck

1. a punt mooring pole [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ryepeck

rye breads
rye ergot
rye flake
rye flakes
rye grass
rye smut
rye whiskey
rye whisky
ryebread
ryebreads
ryeflour
ryeflours
ryegrass
ryegrasses
ryemeal
ryepeck (current term)
ryepecks
ryes
ryfe
ryght
ryke
ryked
rykes
ryking
rylene
rylenes
ryllet
ryllettys
rymme
rymmed

Literary usage of Ryepeck

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1. The Rules of the Road at Sea: Comprising the Regulations for Preventing by Hubert Stuart Moore (1900)
"... impede or obstruct the free and clear passage of any other vessel and no ryepeck or punt pole shall be loft fixed in any part of the bed of the river. ..."

2. Rowing by Rudolf Chambers Lehmann, Bertram Fletcher Robinson (1897)
"... extending for a mile upstream, where the competitors turn round a ryepeck, and then downstream to the finish, just above Windsor Bridge. ..."

3. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes (1871)
"The second Cantab, Griffith, rowed well with Ashby to the Point, where he fouled a ryepeck, and the Staines man won easily. Long beat Chillingworth anyhow, ..."

4. Fishing by Horace Gordon Hutchinson (1904)
"... then out went the fish into the middle of the river, back again for the ryepeck. Now I thought it was all UP Old George put out his landing-net. ..."

5. The Thames and Its Story: From the Cotswolds to the Nore (1906)
"... impede or obstruct the free and clear passage of any other vessel and no ryepeck or punt pole shall be left fixed in any part of the bed of the river. ..."

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