studding sail

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stud·ding sail

noun \ˈstə-diŋ-ˌsāl, ˈstən(t)-səl\

Definition of STUDDING SAIL

:  a light sail set at the side of a principal square sail of a ship in free winds

Origin of STUDDING SAIL

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1549

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