Jib synonyms

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Arm is defined as a part, or extension of, a political body or organization.
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(Baseball) An illegal motion by the pitcher, such as an uncompleted motion to throw to a base, while one foot is on the rubber: it entitles each base runner to advance one base
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(Nautical) A long spar extending from a mast to hold or extend the foot of a sail.
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(Nautical, on a square-rigged ship) The lowest (usually the largest) square sail hung on the foremast
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Anything resembling a sail, such as a wing.
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A place at which someone or something stops:
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The definition of jibe is slang for being in agreement.
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To sneer (see gibe.)
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shift from one side of the ship to the other
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To keep from yielding to, being affected by, or enjoying
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(UK) Alternative spelling of balk.
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(Nautical) Hindmost; nearest the stern.
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The sail set on the fore-topmast, above the foresail
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A triangular sail set on the forestay.
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The sail set on the main-topmast above the mainsail
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The principal sail of a vessel.
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Someone from Wiltshire. (After a story in which some Wiltshire peasants, seeing the reflection of the moon in a pool, tried to rake it out.)
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(Nautical) A moonraker (sail).
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(Naut.) A fore-and-aft sail, usually hoisted on a gaff, on the after mast of a square-rigged vessel
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A large triangular headsail secured only at the corners, used on sailboats when running before the wind.
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(Nautical) A fore-and-aft rigged sail whose luff can be affixed to a stay running forward from a mast to the deck, the bowsprit or to another mast.
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(Nautical) In a fore-and-aft -rigged sailing boat, the sail that is set above the gaff at the top part of the mast.
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(Nautical) A small, strong 3-sided sail sometimes set in place of the mainsail in heavy weather.
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Find another word for jib. In this page you can discover 24 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for jib, like: arm, balk, boom, foresail, sail, stop, jibe, gybe, change course, resist and baulk.