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(Noun)The sides and bottom of a boat or ship;(Verb) To remove the outer covering from a seed or fruit
hull
(adjective) foretelling trouble or bad luck to come; threatening
ominous
(noun) The line where a body of water meets the land
shoreline
(noun)A tall, narrow structure that tapers to a point, built on top of a tower.
spire
(noun) 1. a large, heavy piece of wood; beam 2. Wood that is used in building things;lumber
timbers
(adjective)1.Full of danger; hazardous. 2.Betraying one's country or friends;disloyal
treacherous
(noun)A heavy metal device that is attached to ship by a chain or cable. When an anchor is dropped overboard, it digs into the ground below the water and keeps the ship from drifting. To hold something in place with an anchor.
anchor
(verb)(suffix "ed" - past tense of hoist)To lift or pull up. (noun) A device used to lift or pull up something heavy.
hoisted
(noun) The space in an airplane or a small boat where the pilot sits.
cockpit
(suffix "ed")past tense of border)(verb) 1.To lie along the edge of. 2.(noun)A line where one country or other area ends and another begins;boundary
bordered
(noun)a bar or handle used to turn the rudder of a boat.
tiller
(adjective) Marked by a violent desturbance.
turbulent