rigged


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Antonyms for rigged

fitted or equipped with necessary rigging (sails and shrouds and stays etc)

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We rigged up a single short mast and light sail, fastened planking down over the ballast to form a deck, worked her out into midstream with a couple of sweeps, and dropped our primitive stone anchor to await the turn of the tide that would bear us out to sea.
As I came up the ladder I saw against the flushed sky--for the sun was just rising--the broad back and red hair of the captain, and over his shoulder the puma spinning from a tackle rigged on to the mizzen spanker-boom.
1 : to build or set up usually quickly and for temporary use <We rigged up a shelter of branches.
4 : to provide with gear <The firefighters were rigged out in protective suits.