- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dismast.
“He must not carry too much sail with the idea of driving ahead; this often dismasts the ship….”
“Skipper suffers two knock downs and dismasts 600 miles SW of Lisbon”
“Golding dismasts in Southern Ocean in the Vendée Globe”
“Penske Racing names new crew chief for Brad Keselowski's No. 12 car Penske Racing gives Keselowski new crew chiefMOORESVILLE, N.C. - Penske Racing has named Jay Guy the new crew chief for Brad Keselowski's No. 200-foot mast on America's Cup trimaran comes tumbling down on Pacific Ocean America's Cup trimaran dismasts on Pacific OceanSAN DIEGO - The 200-foot mast on the monster trimaran that will represent the United States in the America's Cup came crashing down during a sail on the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday, snapping in two as it hit the rear beam.”
“a few days ago refreshed our American 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, causes so many shipwrecks, and such extensive desolations?”
“If he dismasts us, we will try to escape to land; if that fails, we will grapple the enemy and blow both ships into the air. ”
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