heave–and–haul

intransitive verb

Definition of heave–and–haul

heave–and–hauled

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heave–and–hauled

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heave–and–hauling

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heave–and–hauls

  1. :  to fish with a handline by repeatedly throwing a hook out and drawing it back again

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