Definition of inwale in English:

inwale

Syllabification: in·wale
Pronunciation: /ˈinˌwāl
 
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noun

A longitudinal structural piece on the inside of a boat; an internal gunwale.
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  • Preferably the bolt rope holders are attached in a spaced apart manner to an inwale to be secured to the hull of the water craft.
  • I measured and shaped a new piece of cedar to complete the inwale at the bow.

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