aweigh


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Synonyms for aweigh

(used of an anchor) hanging clear of the bottom

Related Words

(of an anchor) just clear of the bottom

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Wilson, Noah heartily replies, "Chuck 'em aboard; / Chuck 'em aboard me bucko mate /An let's heave aweigh.
Chief of the Corps's birthday message was read, all gathered to sing Anchors Aweigh, the cake was cut and enjoyed, and everyone gathered for a group photograph--Combat Chops--Ready For Sea.
Where Or When also serviced a pair of Cheveley Park's half-sisters to dual Lockinge Stakes winner Soviet Line in February and the first of the pair to appear, a Polar Falcon four-year-old Aweigh, heads to Ireland after selling for 46,000gns to a partnership headed by Dermot Cantillon, the new Irish Thoroughbred Breeders' Association chairman.
Contents include "Yankee Doodle," "Anchors Aweigh," "You're a Grand Old Flag," "America, the Beautiful," "The Marines' Hymn," "The Stars and Stripes Forever" and more.
She got to jump off the back of an aircraft carrier into the ocean, and one day she was stationed high up in the ship's superstructure overlooking more than 5,000 sailors assembled on the flight deck, their dress whites gleaming in the sun, while a band played "Anchors Aweigh," the U.
His projects include two documentaries--Bubbles Aweigh (about the men's 2000 Gay Games swim team) and The Cucumber Incident (about a group of women in Ohio who go to the homes of rapists and child molesters and tie them up, strip them, shave them, and penetrate them with cucumbers)--and a feature film called Hello Suckers starring Courtney Love as a 1920s nightclub performer.
WHEELS & WAVES: CRUISE, FERRY, RIVER & CANAL BARGE GUIDE FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED By Genie and George Aroyan; Wheels Aweigh Publishing Company (1 993) Individual passenger vessels are described in terms of wheelchair accessibility diagrams and deck plans, organized by type of boat and region of the world Includes tips on sailing, canoeing and rafting local resources, and ADA regulations related to watertravel.
And as the sun set on the shimmering waters it was anchors aweigh for us.
What do these words have in common: galore, extraordinaire, akimbo, aplenty, aweigh, incarnate, fatale, royale, par excellence, immemorial, aforethought, and manque?
For the past 27 years, the annual Anchors Aweigh Boat Show has stirred the hearts of Alaska boating enthusiasts during the lull of deep winter, and this winter the show will run Jan.
Last year's inaugural Waverley bash is still talked about on the Glasgow club scene and Melting Pot boss Andrew Pirie can't wait for anchors aweigh.
As fast as you could sing one verse of "Anchors Aweigh," I got this e-mail message from Norma Phillips of Worcester:
A little closer to home it was anchors aweigh for L.