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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of furl.
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- adj. rolled up and secured.
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- adj. rolled up and secured
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* Pyramid of World Building: OlafCedricMarcusDraglon sheathed his sword furled his duelling whip hung his war ax on his belt rolled up his steelslice.
The captain gave his orders in a clear voice, and rope after rope was hauled taut, and the sails were furled, that is rolled up, except the fore-topsail, which was closely reefed.
There are solar blankets kind of furled up in there.
Most wind machines have to be 'furled' (feathered) once the wind passes a rated wind speed and completely shutdown at a maximum wind speed.
In Colorado, plunging costs for renewables are furled against the steady upward march of fossil fuels.
Thran's forehead furled as he turned to the desk, “Box on the—”
Ere I went below I heard Captain West tell Mr. Pike that while both watches were on deck it would be just as well to put a reef in the foresail before they furled it.
The skysails were already furled; men were furling the royals; and the topgallant-yards were running down while clewlines and buntlines bagged the canvas.
On the poop I found the Elsinore, with many of her sails furled, slashing along through a troubled sea under an overcast sky.
They're all merging right, as I am replacing them to the left, blinker ticking, brow furled, body tense and leaning forward, eyes flashing between mirror and road.