from The Century Dictionary.
- noun That part of a ship which lies forward of the midship section. See also cut under
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The
forepartof a vehicle.
- noun nautical The part of the vessel forward of
- noun physiology
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Maulkin ate that part of him that was shaped as a head and forebody.
The instrument arc that clung to the Commander's forebody above the eyes provided a steady flow of information about the ongoing battle.
The narrow head twisted and turned above the slender forebody, the thick brown hair covering it in constant movement.
Wind Hovers for 'planes lying-to in heavy weather, save the motor and strain on the forebody.
There seems to be titillating flirtation that transpires -- vocalization, sniffing, nuzzling, nipping, or flehmen response -- all of which involve the stallion seeing and interacting with a mare's head and forebody.
Ltd of CAIC I, the project plans to set up a specialized airplane head base as well as a specialized production center of forebody for large aircrafts of various types including planes serving on trunk and minor airlines.