Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A line or rope used to haul a net up to the surface of the water.
  • noun Same as outhaul.

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Examples

  • Spike ordered the mate to clap on the outhauler, and spread that broad sheet of canvas at once to the little breeze there was.

    Jack Tier; Or, the Florida Reef

  • Spike ordered the mate to clap on the outhauler, and spread that broad sheet of canvas at once to the little breeze there was.

    Jack Tier

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