Definition of foreguy
: a guy rope that is attached to the pole of a spinnaker and is chiefly used to keep the pole in place : a downhaul attached to a spinnaker Set the pole on the windward side, secure the pole lift and foreguy, and drop the afterguy through the jaws in the end of the pole. — Robby Robinson, The International Marine Book of Sailing, 2009 You'll need a topping lift to raise the outboard end of the pole to the correct height, and a downhaul, or foreguy, to pull the pole down and forward. — Sailing Magazine, September 2011
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