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sea-kindly

Syllabification: sea-kind·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈsēˌkīn(d)lē
 
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Definition of sea-kindly in English:

adjective

(Of a ship) easy to handle at sea.
Example sentences
  • The new model is a fast and sea kindly sports cruiser with a well thought-out accommodation and cockpit layout and a record of successful ocean cruising.
  • Our yachts are known for their great construction and sea kindly designs.
  • She is a warm, quiet, and sea kindly ship.

Derivatives

sea-kindliness

1
noun
Example sentences
  • The ability to ride the tops of a wave will improve the sea kindliness of a boat but at certain steepness all bets are off.
  • We necessarily conclude from this that widening the water plane (increasing beam) will reduce comfort and degrade seakindliness.
  • The hull shapes have been developed for performance, safety and sea kindliness.

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