Definition of Starboards

1. Noun. (plural of starboard) ¹



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Definition of Starboards

1. starboard [v] - See also: starboard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Starboards

star system
star systems
star topologies
star topology
star tracker
star trail
star trails
star tulip
star vault
star visitor
staragen
staragens
starboard
starboarded
starboarding
starboards (current term)
starbowline
starbowlines
starburst
starburst galaxies
starburst galaxy
starbursted
starbursting
starbursts
starch
starch wheat
starched
starchedly
starchedness
starcher

Literary usage of Starboards

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1. Text-book of Seamanship: The Equipping and Handling of Vessels Under Sail Or by Stephen Bleecker Luce (1884)
"B probably starboards to avoid collision, in which case A starboards if necessary. In Figure 6, A sees ahead, or very nearly ahead, the red light of B, ..."

2. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1885)
"... seeing a light right ahead, is in fault if she starboards ; and argues that the rule thus stated is too broad, and that whether a vessel is in fault for ..."

3. The Burman: His Life and Notions by James George Scott (1882)
"The captain, in a gold-bordered cap, occupies the greater part of the ship forward, and yells orders to the man at the helm, who ports and starboards with ..."

4. United States Reports, Supreme Court: Cases Argued and Adjudged in the by United States Supreme Court, William T. Otto (1890)
"... close- hauled on the starboard tack seeing a light right ahead is in fault if she starboards; and he argues that the rule thus stated is too broad, ..."

5. United States Reports, Supreme Court: Cases Argued and Adjudged in the by United States Supreme Court, William T. Otto (1903)
"... close- hauled on the starboard tack seeing a light right ahead is in fault if she starboards; and he argues that the rule thus stated is too broad, ..."

6. Celebrated Trials of All Countries, and Remarkable Cases of Criminal (1847)
"... by which he might have ordered those to lead who are to lead with the starboards tacks on board by a wind ; which signal was applicable to the occasion ..."

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