Definition of Outrig
1. to equip (a boat) with outriggers (projections having floats) [v -RIGGED, -RIGGING, -RIGS]
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Literary usage of Outrig
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Historical Sketches of the Town & Harbours of Greenock by Dugald Campbell (1879)
"As to the outrig (the account of ropes excepted), every twelfth share came ... My Lady Shaw having paid her share of the said outrig in money—it being the ..."
2. Records of the Convention of the Royal Burghs of Scotland, with Extracts by Convention of Royal Burghs (Scotland) (1880)
"14. Robert Stewart, one of the bailies of Aberdeen, produced a commission empowering him to represent that burgh, which was approved of. Report, outrig- 18. ..."
3. Fifty Years with the Gun and Rod by David Wallace Cross (1880)
"HAVING selected a gun to suit you, the outrig is the next step. ... The whole outrig of a " native,'' barring his gun, would hardly sell for "powder enough ..."
4. Nicaragua: Its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the Proposed Interoceanic Canal by Ephraim George Squier (1852)
"... essent~ to ring them all, a continual clangor is kept up, which, the stranger becomes habituated to it, or is deafened outrig" is excessively annoying. ..."