Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See cringle.

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Examples

  • Somebody unhooked the throat-halliard block, and thought he had hooked it into the head-cringle of the trysail, and sang out to hoist away, but he had missed it in the dark, and the heavy block went flying into the lee rigging, and nearly killed him when it swung back with the weather roll.

    Man Overboard!

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