Definition of Bitt-heads

1. Noun. (context: nautical) The upright timbers let in and bolted to the beams or the deck, and stepped to the backbone or infrastructure of the ship. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bitt-heads

bitsets
bitshift
bitshifts
bitsier
bitsiest
bitsquatting
bitstate
bitstock
bitstocks
bitstream
bitstreams
bitstring
bitstrings
bitsy
bitt
bitt-heads (current term)
bitt-pin
bitt-pins
bitt pin
bittacle
bittacles
bitte
bitted
bitten
bitten-to-the-quick
bitter
bitter-bark
bitter almond
bitter almond oil
bitter aloes

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