Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Nautical, to wind; particularly, to wind (a rope) round a mast or yard, when made of two or more pieces, at the place where they are fished, for the purpose of confining and supporting them.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. (Naut.) To wind, or wrap; especially, to wind a rope round, as a mast or yard made of two or more pieces, at the place where it has been fished or scarfed, in order to strengthen it.
- Dutch woelde, past participle of woelen (Wiktionary)
“He said he woold take from the rich guys and give to the poor guys”
“If yoo or some cheezpeeps cood tell mi hows to makes teh profil i woold hav teh berry happytale!”
“May 31, 2009 at 5:43 am no iz no wurk ploppin woold be lyke icecreem”
“Ai fink dis littlol commint got lost and woold have laiked 2 bee further up teh fred….”
“Baesmentcat woold tayk karrit. ai bet basement cat took da bukkit too!”
“But woold it still be nekkid dansing if ai has mai hat awn?”
“Lukking at teh stawck eggs change maykes me wunder whevva it woold be wise 2 invest sum munnies in gold.”
“June 5, 2008 at 12:09 pm gmawairzgreneshuz, wot woold u like in sillybrashunz?”
“Than u woold NOE dat nobuddy here woold evva DREEM of putting der kitteh in teh microwayve. *shakez head sadly*”
“Ai has a nosey, 2, and woold lubz 2 meet u in purrson.”
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Nautical: To strengthen, as a weak spar, by lashing one or more pieces of wood or iron along the weak place.
In joinery, to strengthen, as a piece of wood, by fastening another piece a...
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