Definition of Tack together

1. Verb. Create by putting components or members together. "They set up a committee"

Exact synonyms: Assemble, Piece, Put Together, Set Up, Tack
Generic synonyms: Bring Together, Join, Create, Make
Specialized synonyms: Comfit, Confect, Confection, Confuse, Jumble, Mix Up, Reassemble, Configure, Compound, Rig Up
Derivative terms: Assemblage, Assemblage, Piece
Antonyms: Disassemble



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tack Together

tachyzoites
tacit
tacit consent
tacitly
tacitness
tacitnesses
taciturn
taciturnities
taciturnity
taciturnly
taciturnous
tack
tack claw
tack hammer
tack on
tack together (current term)
tack up
tackboard
tackboards
tacked
tacked up
tacker
tackers
tacket
tackets
tackety
tackey
tackeys
tackie
tackier

Literary usage of Tack together

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"NB The ships of the rear squadron (R—r) having a greater distance to run, before they can re-tack together, it may be found necessary for the commander of ..."

2. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1908)
"But when the signal 82 (to tack together) is made, and the triangular flag, page 6, signal 6, is shown therewith: the whole fleet is to tack together, ..."

3. A Treatise on Naval Tactics by Paul Hoste, John Donaldson Boswall (1854)
"ent tacks, the ships should tack together, making rather long boards, because, by tacking in succession, it will lose ground, each being obliged to keep ..."

4. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1842)
"In the first case, should it be required that the van may become the weather squadron, the van and centre tack together and stand on, while the rear ..."

5. The Army and Navy of America: Containing a View of the Heroic Adventures by Jacob K. Neff (1845)
"When the ships of the centre column have gained the wake of the van, they re-tack together, and bring to; and when those of the lee have gained the rear ..."

6. The Army and Navy of America ... from the Period of the French and Indian by Jacob K. Neff (1853)
"14); or the weather column brings to, while the centre and lee tack together, and bear away fig. 14. two points free. When the ships of the centre column ..."

7. Signals and Instructions, 1776-1794: With Addenda to Vol. 29 by Julian Stafford Corbett, Great Britain Royal Navy (1908)
"54 If the signal should be made for the whole squadron to tack together, whilst in a line ahead, for the ships to preserve the same bearings from each other ..."

8. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"NB The ships of the rear squadron (R—r) having a greater distance to run, before they can re-tack together, it may be found necessary for the commander of ..."

9. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1908)
"But when the signal 82 (to tack together) is made, and the triangular flag, page 6, signal 6, is shown therewith: the whole fleet is to tack together, ..."

10. A Treatise on Naval Tactics by Paul Hoste, John Donaldson Boswall (1854)
"ent tacks, the ships should tack together, making rather long boards, because, by tacking in succession, it will lose ground, each being obliged to keep ..."

11. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1842)
"In the first case, should it be required that the van may become the weather squadron, the van and centre tack together and stand on, while the rear ..."

12. The Army and Navy of America: Containing a View of the Heroic Adventures by Jacob K. Neff (1845)
"When the ships of the centre column have gained the wake of the van, they re-tack together, and bring to; and when those of the lee have gained the rear ..."

13. The Army and Navy of America ... from the Period of the French and Indian by Jacob K. Neff (1853)
"14); or the weather column brings to, while the centre and lee tack together, and bear away fig. 14. two points free. When the ships of the centre column ..."

14. Signals and Instructions, 1776-1794: With Addenda to Vol. 29 by Julian Stafford Corbett, Great Britain Royal Navy (1908)
"54 If the signal should be made for the whole squadron to tack together, whilst in a line ahead, for the ships to preserve the same bearings from each other ..."

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