Definition of Dismasts

1. Verb. (third-person singular of dismast) ¹



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Definition of Dismasts

1. dismast [v] - See also: dismast

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dismasts

dismarched
dismarches
dismarching
dismarried
dismarries
dismarry
dismarrying
dismask
dismasked
dismasking
dismasks
dismast
dismasted
dismasting
dismastment
dismasts (current term)
dismay
dismayd
dismayed
dismayedness
dismayful
dismaying
dismayingly
dismayl
dismayled
dismayls
dismays
disme
dismember
dismembered

Literary usage of Dismasts

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1. A History of Epidemics in Britain by Charles Creighton (1894)
"The name of the elder Heberden is frequently brought into the history of th identification of scarlatina, with a reference to his Commentaries on dismasts, ..."

2. London and Its Environs: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1896)
"... dismasts of the, Eai\ and the Collection illustrating Diseases of the Eye (a]l in the W. Museum) deserve special mention. ..."

3. A Narrative of an Exploratory Visit to Each of the Consular Cities of China by George Smith (1857)
"... which, coming on without the slightest warning, and unattended with either rain or clouds, so often dismasts vessels in these seas. ..."

4. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1888)
"The storm raises a terrific and dangerous sea in the Rio de la Plata, and dismasts ships. In South Africa the mountain ranges running from east to west lead ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1810)
"I lave no hesitation in saying, and I believe it will generally be found .n dismasts of a bilious nature, that every organ and viscus is deranged during the ..."

6. Letters from an American Farmer by J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur, William Peterfield Trent, Ludwig Lewisohn (1904)
"ican fields, and cooled us in the shade, be the same element which now and then so powerfully convulses the waters of the sea, dismasts vessels, ..."

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