[ US /ˈmæstəd, ˈmæstɪd/ ]
[ UK /mˈɑːstɪd/ ]
  1. having or furnished with a mast; often used in combination
    probably was so masted when she set forth
    a three-masted bark
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How To Use masted In A Sentence

  • These Schooners along with several other larger four masted Schooners and Barkentines would help pioneer the lucrative sugar trade from Hawaii to California’s C&H refiners near San Francisco.
  • He pointed toward a sleek two-masted brigantine anchored at the end of the long sloping street.
  • Two years ago he dismasted the Ghost in a gale on Bering Sea, whereupon the present masts were put in, which are stronger and heavier in every way. Chapter 6
  • An eight-metre yacht is due to arrive here today after it was dismasted and almost capsized in gale-force winds along the Wild Coast late on Tuesday night.
  • Over 100 three and four-masted sailing ships will be berthed on the quayside here for over a week.
  • If she has been dismasted, which is possible, you would scarcely discern her at the distance she must be off by this time. The Cruise of the Dainty Rovings in the Pacific
  • The Providence could carry an enormous stretch of sail for a seventy-foot, single-masted ship. John Paul Jones
  • My canal-side atelier is filled with the sights and sounds of tall-masted old sailboats and put-putting tugboats outside and that ochreous Dutch sunlight pouring in during the afternoon. Susan Fogwell: An American Sculptor in Holland
  • Another yacht was dismasted off the The Needles and was towed into Poole by the Swanage lifeboat.
  • We passed a ship, two schooners, and a four-masted barkentine under the smallest of canvas, and at eleven o'clock, running up the spanker and jib, we hove her to, and in another hour we were beating back again against the aftersea under full sail to regain the sealing ground away to the westward. Story of a Typhoon off the Coast of Japan
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