Definition of Mastless. Meaning of Mastless. Synonyms of Mastless

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Definition of Mastless

Mastless
Mastless Mast"less, a. [See lst Mast.] Bearing no mast; as, a mastless oak or beech. --Dryden.
Mastless
Mastless Mast"less, a. [See 2d Mast.] Having no mast; as, a mastless vessel.

Meaning of Mastless from wikipedia

- sold for BU 1946 Devastation cl**** mastless turret-ship Devastation (1871) - Sold for BU 1908 Thunderer (1872) mastless turret-ship — Sold for BU 1909 Alexandra...
- HMS Devastation was the first of two Devastation-cl**** mastless turret ships built for the Royal Navy. This was the first cl**** of ocean-going capital...
- the Channel Squadron. Obsolescent following the 1871 launching of the mastless and more capable HMS Devastation, she was placed in reserve in 1875, and...
- burns. In August 2009, the ship was moored to a buoy in Falmouth harbour, mastless and bearing the name Malcolm Miller. In November 2011, she was laid up...
- sailing antecedents, but blended with characteristics of the all-metal mastless steam cruisers which followed. Despite their qualities they had relatively...
- in that it had plywood instead of fabric covering of the rear fuselage, mastless radio antenna, reflector gunsight and improved armor and engine cooling...
- HMS Thunderer (1872) was a Devastation-cl**** ironclad - the world's first mastless battleships - launched in 1872 and sold in 1909 HMS Thunderer (1911) was...
- ship. Those that were directly modelled on Monitor were low-freeboard, mastless, steam-powered vessels with one or two rotating, armoured turrets. The...
- focused on short-range operations in the Adriatic, built consistently mastless ironclads. During the 1860s, steam engines improved with the adoption of...
- Ocean, rather than from the Mediterranean. The "V"-shaped and sometimes mastless rig, known as crab claw sail, of the Austronesian people of Madagascar...
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