from The Century Dictionary.
- Nautical, in or into the position of the yards of a vessel when the head-sails are laid aback: applied to the head-yards only, the other sails being kept full.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb (Naut.) Braced aback.
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- adverb nautical Braced
- adjective nautical Braced
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