Definition of cordage in English:
Cords or ropes, especially in a ship’s rigging: masts, sails, and cordage were down in tangled confusion
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- Hanks of sisal fiber purchased in Elmina market, usually used for making ropes and cordage for ocean-going fishing canoes, were dyed and dried in Hippies' upstairs studios.
- This facility was a major producer of rope and cordage for the whole of the Royal Navy until March 1991, when all production ceased because of bomb damage.
- At the time, there was great demand in Europe for good processed flax to make naval rope, cordage and sails.
Words that rhyme with cordagevagabondage • poundage
Definition of cordage in:
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