Definition of Dismasted

1. Verb. (past of dismast) ¹



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Definition of Dismasted

1. dismast [v] - See also: dismast

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dismasted

dismantles
dismantling
dismarch
dismarched
dismarches
dismarching
dismarried
dismarries
dismarry
dismarrying
dismask
dismasked
dismasking
dismasks
dismast
dismasted (current term)
dismasting
dismastment
dismasts
dismay
dismayd
dismayed
dismayedness
dismayful
dismaying
dismayingly
dismayl
dismayled
dismayls
dismays

Literary usage of Dismasted

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1. Chronological History of the West Indies by Thomas Southey (1827)
"... ship Southampton was dismasted, and driven to Wreck Reef, to leeward of Port Royal. She had Annual Register, 1781, p. 92. still gained on them, ..."

2. The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States by United States Dept. of State, Francis Wharton, John Bassett Moore (1889)
"But there aro но materials for masts, and as this vessel has been dismasted, M. Gerard knows no other means of hastening her repairs than that of sending ..."

3. A Narrative of Voyages and Commercial Enterprises by Richard Jeffry Cleveland (1843)
"dismasted. — Arrive at Rio Janeiro. — The Visit. — Allowed Forty-five Days to repair. — Rig the Vessel as a Brig. — Obstacles to Changing the Voyage. ..."

4. Catlin's Notes of Eight Years' Travels and Residence in Europe with His by George Catlin (1848)
"... in the fall of—Packet-ship Roscius, Captain Collins—Gale in the middle of the ocean—A ship dismasted and in distress—The Captain and twenty-eight men ..."

5. Narrative of the Expedition to China, from the Commencement of the War to by John Elliot Bingham (1843)
"... the Typa—Typhoon—Young Hebe dismasted—Wreck of the Louisa Cutter—Sufferings of her Crew—Their Ransom—Hong Kong—Effect of Typhoon—Escape of Her Majesty's ..."

6. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1887)
"dismasted. LIFE AMONG THE NORTH SEA TRAWLERS. BY THOMAS PAUL. " A LIFE on the ocean wave." Of course Have not the poets sung its wild delights 1 -£*- it is ..."

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