Definition of Lash together
1. Verb. Bind together with a cord or rope. "Lash together these barrels!"
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Literary usage of Lash together
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1. Remarkable Shipwrecks; Or, A Collection of Interesting Accounts of Naval by Andrus and Starr (1813)
"... or whatever timbers they can lash together ; indeed, as the prejudices and sentiments of the common sailors on these occasions are so various, ..."
2. Cyclopedia of Law and Procedure by William Mack, Howard Pervear Nash (1903)
"... to <lash together. Burrill L. Diet. By common usage and in judicial opinions 2. Black L. Diet. the term " collision " is applied to cases where In its ..."
3. Samoa, a Hundred Years Ago and Long Before: Together with Notes on the Cults by George Turner (1884)
"They lash together a number of unhusked cocoa-nuts, put the culprit on the top of the pile, and then set him adrift on the open sea. ..."
4. The Odyssey of Homer by Homer, Philip Stanhope Worsley (1861)
"Some chance did throw Lengthwise upon the keel the covering mast, Twined with a thong of ox-hide. Firm and fast Both did I lash together, and sat thereon, ..."