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Clubhaul

Club´haul`
v. t.1.(Naut.) To put on the other tack by dropping the lee anchor as soon as the wind is out of the sails (which brings the vessel's head to the wind), and by cutting the cable as soon as she pays off on the other tack. Clubhauling is attempted only in an exigency.
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club-moss
Club-rush
Club-shaped
clubable
Clubbable
Clubbed
Clubber
clubbing
Clubbish
Clubbist
clubby
Clubfist
Clubfisted
Clubfoot
Clubfooted
Clubhand
-- Clubhaul --
clubhead
Clubhouse
clubmoss family
Clubroom
clubroot fungus
Cluck
Clucking
Clue
clue in
clueless
CLUG
Clum
Clumber
clumber spaniel
Clump
Clumper
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