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scupper-leather

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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. (nautical), a piece of leather placed on the outside of a vessel, under the scupper, to prevent the flow from it from soiling the paint on the vessel's side. In modern ships it is commonly replaced by a guard of metal.

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