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fore and aft

adverb

Definition of FORE AND AFT

1
:  lengthwise of a ship :  from stem to stern
2
:  in, at, or toward both the bow and stern
3
:  in or at the front and back or the beginning and end

First Known Use of FORE AND AFT

circa 1618

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