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cordage

noun cord·age \ˈkr-dij\

: ropes or cords

Full Definition of CORDAGE

1
:  ropes or cords; especially :  the ropes in the rigging of a ship
2
:  the number of cords (as of wood) on a given area
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Examples of CORDAGE

  1. a company that produced cordage for ships

First Known Use of CORDAGE

1582

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