Definition of Starboarded
1. starboard [v] - See also: starboard
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Starboarded
Literary usage of Starboarded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of the Cases Relating to Maritime Law: Decided by the Court of by John Crockford (1864)
"Bnt the witnesses swear positively that her helm was not starboarded. Not one of the witnesses of the East Lothian will venture to state that it was ..."
2. Reports of the Cases Relating to Maritime Law: Decided by the Court of by John Crockford (1868)
"In this case the pit has alleged that the Amalia starboarded her helm improperly; but he has also formally alleged *hat her helm was not duly and properly ..."
3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the District Courts of the United by United States District Court (New York), United States District Court (Vermont) (1874)
"He says there would have been no collision if the bark had not starboarded, because the porting of the steamer, the bark keeping her course, ..."
4. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1887)
"One ported and the other starboarded. It was held that the latter, ... The contention that if The Smith starboarded her helm when the two vessels, ..."
5. Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Admiralty of England: And on by Maurice Charles Merttins Swabey, Great Britain High Court of Admiralty (1860)
"But from this fact the Trinity Masters, in the Court below, But it does not have drawn the inference that the Tecla Carmen starboarded her £"^0™^ helm ..."
6. The Irish Jurist (1859)
"... the north—that she would have gone clear of him if she had kept her course—that the helm of the steamer was put hard aport when the smack starboarded, ..."
7. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of the United by Samuel Blatchford (1872)
"The schooner either starboarded and crossed the bows of the steamer, as the witnesses testify, or the want of her lights operated directly and effectively ..."